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There have been countless failed advertising campaigns that either unintentionally offended consumers or just left a bad taste in our mouths. Something like this, though, is so avoidable. It seems so obvious. A company has complete control over the media that it produces for the public.  Who thought this was a good idea? How could the sensitive nature of Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust be unrecognized by the advertising executives of this shampoo brand?

About Amanda Smith

Amanda Smith is a public relations student at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Amanda is currently the V.P. of Public Relations on the Panhellenic Council executive board. She is also involved with PRSSA and Hill Communications, a student-run public relations firm.

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