Purell and TNT Ads Remind You That Hand Sanitizer Is Good in a Global Pandemic

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Gas masks might imply that something stinks, but that's probably not the intended message of Mono's Grand Central Terminal takeover this week promoting Michael Bay's TNT series The Last Ship. (A stinker from Michael Bay? No chance in hell!)

In the show, which debuts June 22, the crew of a U.S. Navy destroyer fights to save the planet after a pandemic has wiped out 80 percent of the population. The campaign in New York City's historic railroad terminal features posters, banners and other elements with stark gas-mask imagery and messages like "1 virus.



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