The ad featured two of Arby’s soon-to-be released Roastburger sandwiches covered by a model’s crossed arms. The burgers were positioned side-by-side in the upper third of the ad, with the model’s arms crossed at the wrists at about the center of the ad. The model’s hands were positioned in such a way that they covered a majority of the two burgers, but left some of the top and bottom of each burger visible. The model’s arms extended out of the print area of the ad and no other part of the model’s body was visible. In the lower quarter of the ad was a bright red text box that extended from the left edge of the ad across to the Arby’s logo at the right edge of the ad. The minimal amount of white text in the box contained the headline, “We’re about to reveal something you’ll really drool over,” (Rovell, 2009). The remaining copy text acknowledged that Arby’s was teasing the viewer with a glimpse of the burgers, but that the viewer would have to wait until it was released in March 2009 (Rovell, 2009) to see the whole thing.
Although anything but a cursory glance at the ad shows nothing more than a pair of...
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