Kevin Federline Commercial Angers Fast Food Workers
Representatives from the organization say the ad, which is set to debut during the US Superbowl broadcast next month, is "demeaning and unpleasant" to the nation's restaurant workers.
Spokeswoman Annika Stennsson insists the ad could have been done differently telling PageSix.com, "A sudden change in Federline's career could have been depicted with him holding an unemployment benefit check. It shouldn't be necessary for a company to disrespect others to get its point across. It's a negative, unfair and inaccurate reflection.
Nationwide spokesman Eric Hardgrove hits back at the claims saying the ad isn't meant "to offend or insult the many fine individuals who work in the restaurant industry." He says it's a "humorous take on one person's life. The focus of the ad is the element of surprise, not the setting of a fast-food restaurant."
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