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In the latest version of wooing America with its tiny, tart fruit, Ocean Spray is again bringing its bogs across America, this time setting up shop in New England’s Gillette Stadium, New York’s Rockefeller Center and Walt Disney World.
Flo, that quirky, perky red-lipped girl who sells Progressive insurance has become a well-known entity. She has been marketing the insurance company since 2008, appearing in more than 80 ads by agency of record, Arnold Worldwide.
Decades ago, commercials for Fab detergent were a ubiquitous presence on television.
Beginning on Monday, another brand named Fab will also be turning to TV to advertise.
The newcomer Fab is the social shopping Web site that has a focus on what it calls “everyday design.” Fab is working with the Arnold Worldwide agency to test whether a presence on television will further stimulate interest in, visits to and sales through fab.com.
From the Morton Salt Umbrella Girl to Progressive's Flo, the last 100 years has seen the introduction of dozens of classic female ad icons. Some are timeless, others broke barriers and some could just plain sell stuff. Here are the top 10, as designated by Ad Age, in chronological order of their year of introduction.