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Topic: Mr. Clean

Ad of the Day: Mr. Clean Is Freshened Up for Millennials With a Catchy Upgraded Jingle

P&G updates a song that's 'ownable and relatable'

Everybody's favorite bald, muscular clean-freak returns to TV commercials today with a revamped jingle from Leo Burnett Canada that's so kitschy-catchy, no amount of scrubbing will wash it out of…

Hot, Bald and Possibly Gay: How Mr. Clean Has Kept It Fresh for 5 Decades

Procter & Gamble’s most famous mascot

How did Mr. Clean come into our lives? Well, according to Procter & Gamble's website, it was when, one day long ago, a farmer ambled out his front door to…

Ad of the Day: Mr. Clean

P&G gives us the origin story of a guy who was 'born to clean'

He had plenty of friends, but a different idea of fun." You know, with more than 100 licensing partners and some $173 million in product placement, you'd think Man of Steel…

Vote for the Best and Worst Brand Extensions

Which marketers pushed their products to new frontiers—and which ones pushed things too far?

Quick—do you know what Starbucks Coffee Liqueur, Ralph Lauren for the Pet and Mr. Clean Car Wash all have in common? Answer: Each is an example of a brand extension—a…

Be a Mr. Clean 'Man Maid' for Your Wife This Mother's Day

Here's a nice little binding contract

Looking for a cheap Mother's Day gift that your wife will love? Mr. Clean has you covered with a binding contract you can sign to be a Man Maid. That's…

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