Sonic has daily commercials in my city which has
a population close to 1 million persons. They have
been running the commercials for the past year.
However, not one single Black person has ever been shown
in the commercial. I would think twice before buying
stock in a company with such a record.
Wow...when I watch TV, the amount of blacks, whites, or any other race has never been a concern for me. If it's good I'll watch it no matter what the skin color is. Only 2 colors I'm interested in...Green or RED. I'm a buyer in the red atm, and I see Green on the horizon! GO SONIC! Gimme all blacks in your commercial..or gimme all whites...put donald duck in there...put Mr. T and some World of Warcraft characters in there...Put some skinheads in there..I DON'T CARE.
There are ALREADY too many blacks on TV. And it all stems from the NAACP's 11/2008 threat to the media and advertising agencies.
Enough's enough already! I am SICK of seeing this disproportionate amount of blacks. Now they are trying to get blacks into hockey. YEAH RIGHT!
This might be the most idiotic thread I have ever read. SONC with no black actors in their commercials so don't buy?? Too many blacks in commercials?? Blacks not good for Hockey??
Pulllleeezzzeeee.... Try donating to the poor Haitians if you really want to effect a real social problem....
Sonic's orange flurries are the BEST! And their
quality is certainly "a cut above" any of the chain
competition. I still believe in this stock. The company is
innovative and their marketing is excellent. One day, even
McDonalds will just be a subsidiary of Sonic. Keep the
faith . . . and have yourself an orange flurry (the
banana isn't bad either)!
Every retail store I have
ever been to I have had at least one bad experience.
If you go out to eat or shopping it is impossible to
not have one from time to time. Lighten up - this was
one restaurant out of chain with what around
I went to a sonic today and after placing my
order waited 20 minutes before finally driving off in
disgust. I could see several workers in the restaurant,
all in slow motion, who seemed oblivious to the
customers. I won't be back, nor will I buy this stock.