Virgin: "Suite and Innocent"

October 6, 2004 | Posted in Editorial Features by jonnobot


We might have to get our overlords at Gawker Media to pay for a hotel stay for us so we can catch "Suite and Innocent", the new closed circuit television ad campaign for Virgin Atlantic by CP+B (the same agency who bought us Burger King's "Subservient Chicken" last spring) that features "woodenly acted characters with names like Miles High, Big Ben and Summer Turbulence, who deliver dialogue replete with double entendres about 'your first time' on board and enjoying 'several inches more' of legroom". (We'd ask our readers to keep an eye out for a copy of the ad online, but we could always use a paid vacation. Besides, it's a research expense!)

"Marketing With Double Entendres" (NY Times, registration required)

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