Real advertisements get real results

Methamphetamine isn’t a joke. Every year thousands die from illegal use of the drug. Its abuse is a serious issue, which is why the anti-meth public service announcement advertisements on TV are just as serious. Advertisement agencies are waking up to this “serious approach” and more and more harsh-reality warnings are showing up during commercial breaks. But do they work?

Street advertising deserves its own corner

Driving down U.S. 1 is quite a test of your attention span. It is remarkably easy to get distracted, taking in all the visual stimulation that is hurtling past your vehicle at 30 mph. There are big tall buildings to look at, street signs to pay attention to, and traffic to worry about. But a new distracting sidewalk phenomenon has the streets of Hallandale Beach spinning in controversy.