Virgin is known for their cutting edge ads, but they're also known for stirring up quite a controversy. The latest ads, which will run in a Toronto newspaper, are for Virgin Mobile and were inspired by the Eliot Spitzer scandal.
Using the political mishap to create the shockvertisement, the Virgin Mobile's print campaign features a photograph of a bashfully smirking Spitzer with a thought bubble that reads, "I'm tired of being treated like a number." At the bottom is Virgin's tagline, "You call the shots."
The fine print reads, "At Virgin Mobile, you're more than just a number. When you call us we'll treat you like a person, not a client. Whether you're #9 or #900, you'll get hooked up with somebody who'll finally treat you just how you want to be treated."
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