#1 Posted on 5.10.02 2311.13 Reposted on: 5.10.09 2311.18
Flipping through the channels during the Arkansas-Volunteers overtime bonanza, I came across an item on Confidential that I found very amusing. They had RVD looking at WWE merchandise, and some of the letters were in crayon. Now, the real funny thing is that they admitted the letters were from children, which goes completely against the company line that the WWE does not market towards children, only towards the target demographic of 18-35 year old men. Its always fun when they do the slip ups on their own edited shows. Check hotjobs this coming week for a job in merchadising, because someone will probably get the ax for this one.
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#6 Posted on 6.10.02 2002.50 Reposted on: 6.10.09 2006.25
Originally posted by Mack SalmonI think the toy commercials during Raw would disprove the fact that they don't acknowledge their younger audience.
It always cracks me up in the WWE toy commercials that they have guys in their 20s playing with the Undertaker dolls or whatever. Like the toy Tiantron is being marketed to guys who will secretly play with it on the job. Just one more reason I love wrestling.