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Bayo Official Statement

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Vast improvement in the the diction, but there’s still room for improvement. 

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I don’t get why people got upset by the add. After all, the 100% Pinoys are those that were not conquered by the Spanish, British, American and Japanese invaders like the Cordillera people, the Aetas and some of our Muslim brothers. I can definitely say that they are 100% Malay Race. Most of us have some percentage of Chinese, Spanish, or American blood so we’re not really 100% Pinoy.

At least that’s how I see the ad campaign of Bayo. 

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omnesia

What I want to know is who the ad agency is?? I am speechless with the amateur copy. Never mind the concept, which could have been salvaged, but after reading the full campaign copy I am astounded by the lack of foresight and common sense. It looks and sounds like a college advertising project. Well as they say the agency is only as good as the client, but it really helps to work with the best and most talented creative people who will steer client in the right direction. In this case I’d forgive the client and look more into… Read more »

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I blame them both. Like I’ve been saying, I can’t believe it was even PITCHED, much less approved. Whoever the agency is/was (let’s face it, they probably would’ve been fired by now), I can’t believe they presented something so substandard to a client. Whatever happened to editing? My Grade School newspaper seems to go through more rounds of editing and correcting than this ad copy seems to have gone through. That being said, didn’t anyone at Bayo READ the copy? How did it even get approved? The message of it aside, the diction, grammar and punctuation were all atrocious. I… Read more »

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omnesia

Cecile the ad is still up on your page?

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Celine Lucero

Sana they just added 100% Filipino or Still 100% Filipino 🙂 -Celine

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omnesia Reply:

 It would have probably been saved by this, but the copy really also complicated everything

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omnesia

 It would have probably been saved by this, but the copy really also complicated everything

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Maria

Didn’t get why people were upset since I’d only seen the pictures, but changed my mind when I saw the text for the campaign.

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Mel

Wag kasing gumawa ng ad campaign na obvious namang pinapatamaan ang ibang brands na gumagamit na 100% foreign edorsers.

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omnesia Reply:

Benetton fail

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omnesia

Benetton fail

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Jake Abaya

I’m offended…. by the syntax!

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omnesia Reply:

 Agree! And “regrets” is wrong!

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dontaskmetosmile Reply:

 Not necessarily.

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omnesia

 Agree! And “regrets” is wrong!

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 Not necessarily.

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