Mr. Six had people of all ages excited about Six Flags when he danced his way into the amusement park’s advertisements. For those interested in copying Mr. Six’s suave style, it takes more than just putting on a tuxedo. You need to practice those wild dance moves. Otherwise people will just assume you’re dressed like a creepy old man.
Brawny Man is the manliest of the major paper towel brands. But he got a makeover a few years back and cleaned up his image. So if you wanna go full brawny like back in the 70s, you’ll want to grow out your hair, wear a mustache, and show a little chest.
The Utz Girl is the face of a snacking empire stretching from Hanover, Pennsylvania to Baltimore, Maryland. You might consider accessorizing with the crab chips, but go with the original potato chips for the classic look. And most important of all, remember that Utz are better than nuts.
Originally called “Candied Popcorn and Peanuts”, Cracker Jack was sold at the first Chicago’s World Fair. Not only is it well known for coming with a prize, but it will be forever linked with baseball as sung in “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”.
Snap, Crackle and Pop are the elvish mascots of Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal. What most people don’t know is that there was a briefly lived fourth mascot named Pow, who represented the nutritional value of the cereal. Snap is presumably a chef, while Pop is probably a marching band leader. We’re not quite sure what Crackle does for a living though.
Lucky the Leprechaun is always being chased by kids who are after his lucky charms but who can blame them? Can you resist this magically delicious cereal?
Most people know Billy Mays as the spokesperson for the cleaning products OxiClean, Kaboom and OrangeGlo but he also promoted miscellaneous items like The Ding King, What Odor?, and Zorbeez. We all miss seeing his amped up pitches on T.V. and hearing his famous catch phrase “Hi, Billy Mays here for the…”.
Mr. Clean is perhaps the most famous spokesman of cleaning products, though the Brawny Man may beg to differ. Known as Don Limpio in Spain, Mr. Clean demands absolute cleanliness from all those around him. His shirt is spotless, always.