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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Diddy makes millions getting you addicted to ciroc

How many millions of dollars did sean "diddy" combs make from pushing vodka ciroc? Was it fortune magazine who listed Sean Combs on their list of weathiest celebrities? (No, I think it was forbes) Was forbes magazine the one who said that most of his income came from his connection with ciroc vodka? To be precise, forbes said: Though music now makes up less than 20% of his revenue, he's made up for that with other business ventures like his deal with Diageo's Ciroc vodka, which brings him double-digit millions annually. Can Dr. Sober Companion stop your children from being sucked into hip hop moguls like Sean Combs and Jay Z? When I heard this, I was amazed that someone could make hundreds of millions of dollars, glamorizing liquor to a young and black community. Not knowing the cost of a bottle of ciroc liqour, my first thought was, Sean Combs is not one to be cheap, so the vodka must be on the expensive side. Another thought was that of the message that mr. combs was sending to his fans, and the african american audience who want to be like him. Was this a flavored alcohic beverage? What is the affect on children? what is the effect on children? what is the effect on mr. combs own children? how long will the ciroc vodka name be embedded into childrens minds? How many children will become addicted to ciroc vodka? How many children will become addicted to alcohol because of sean combs? sean "diddy" combs involvement in the alcoholic beverage named ciroc vodka, is an example of a role model using his name and image to gain an audience for the purchase and consumption of an alcoholic beverage called ciroc vodka. What is wrong with mr. combs making hundreds of millions of dollars, for motivating children and adults to drink ciroc vodka? The lifestyle images of mr. sean "diddy" combs, going out, dressed very well, flying in private planes, partying with other famous people, including actors who played gangsters, drug makers of crystal meth, appear to be having the time of their life while drinking ciroc vodka. Billboards depict mr. sean "diddy" combs, partying with 2 black women and a white woman, who just happen to be beautiful models. Where is his wife and children? In this fantasy lifestyle promotion, he has no family life, and only parties all the time. Sean "diddy" combs, also appears to be saying to us, if you are married with children, you can still go out and party with beautiful women, you are not married to. Does this post appear that I am jeealous? The 1 thing you should get out of this is the danger of making more people addicted to alcohol. Does mr. sean"diddy" combs succeed in getting more people to drink ciroc vodka, the answer is yes. Does the promotion glamorise and give approval to drink ciroc vodka? The answer is yes. Do you think the advertisements of mr. sean "diddy" combs cause children to want to drink ciroc vodka? I would say the answer is yes, to getting young drinkers to want ciroc vodka. Does mr. sean "diddy" combs target blacks (african americans) to drink ciroc vodka? The answer would have to be yes to targeting african american's to drink ciroc vodka. The answer is yes, because it has brought hundreds of millions of dollars to mr. sean "diddy" combs, and the promotions with him continue. While pitbull, Jay Z and others advertise and promote beer, mr. sean "diddy" combs, went for high end, much more expensive alcoholic beverages to target a black audience. Does pitbull influence a young latin community to drinking alcohol? The alcoholic beverage maker thought it would young latinos to drink alcohol. Does jay Z influence a young black audience to drinking alcohol? The alcoholic beverage maker thought it would influence young blacks to drink alcohol. I am more disgusted, then jealous that mr. sean "diddy" combs makes hundreds of millions of dollars at getting a young black audience to drink ciroc vodka. “Sean “Diddy” Combs has entered into an alliance with the Diageo liquor company and will take over brand management of the liquor brand Ciroc it was announced today (October 24). Combs and Sean Combs Enterprises will play the leading role in the brand management of Diageo’s premium vodka Ciroc, as part of a multi-year U.S. collaboration.” The mogul will be responsible for the marketing, advertising, public relations, product placement and events promoting the Ciroc brand. All profits will be split 50/50 in the deal, which could be worth over $100 million for Sean Combs Enterprises. Combs revealed to that his focus will be on growing the established Ciroc brand first and then he may consider developing his own signature brand. “The first part is to focus on Ciroc and create a fine spirits empire,” Combs told “Once that happens, we will see [about his own line]. What really makes this historical is that I am an African-American and I have teamed up with the world’s largest spirits company, Diageo, to reshape how a luxury brand is marketed.” The Hip-Hop impresario noted that the vodka trade is worth $3 billion dollars and that the “ultra premium” category featuring spirits like Ciroc is growing faster than any other in the spirits industry. “Sean Combs has a proven track record of developing high-end brands and we expect his alliance with Ciroc to follow suit,” noted Debra Kelly-Ennis, Chief Marketing Officer, Diageo North America. “We are confident that Sean and his team are the right partners to further enhance the luxury profile of Ciroc.” Combs praised the distinct manufacturing process of Ciroc, which is made from French grapes as opposed to the normal process of using potatoes. “Now I don’t know about you, but if I had the choice to drink potato grains or French grapes, I would go with the grapes,” Combs quipped. Helming the Ciroc brand’s entire marketing strategy around the “art of celebration,” Combs is planning a promotional coup to advertise Ciroc as the official drink of the 2007-2008 New Year’s celebrations. Combs also aims to serve as a spokesperson for responsible drinking. One of the world’s only vodkas created entirely from grapes, CÎROC® Ultra-Premium is simply unique. The name is derived from the combination of two French words, “Cime” meaning peak or summit-top and "roche" meaning rock. True to its roots, CÎROC® Mauzac Blanc grapes stem from the high-altitude vineyards in Gaillac, France overlooked by the stony village walls of Cordes-sur-Ciel. Historically, vodka has been made from natural and local sources of fermentable sugars and starches. CÎROC® is innovative in its use of cold maceration, fermentation and storage processes. Until now, only the top fine wine producers implemented these practices. CÎROC® Ultra-Premium Vodka is complex in its creation but complimentary with most mixers from Champagne to Tonic. However you choose, enjoy the clean finish of CÎROC®! Sean Combs, the CEO and founder of Bad Boy Worldwide Entertainment Group is a multifaceted entertainment powerhouse. Combs oversees one of the world's preeminent urban entertainment companies, encompassing a broad range of businesses including recording, music publishing, artist management, television and film production, recording facility, apparel and restaurants. Sean's success in music has translated into a collection of businesses leaving an indelible mark on the worlds of entertainment, fashion and fragrance – a true testament to his marketing prowess. In 2007, Sean partnered with Diageo for a groundbreaking strategic alliance to oversee and manage all branding and marketing initiatives for Ciroc Vodka. Combs said he wanted to work with Diageo because the company understood that "I'm not just a celebrity endorser, I'm a brand builder. I'm a luxury brand builder." Since collaborating with CÎROC®, Combs has heavily contributed to make this brand a household name. "They're looking for something that tastes like their lifestyle," he said. "It's that trendsetter, that hipster, someone who's looking for luxury and looking for something better." CÎROC® DIDDY 1.5 OZ. CÎROC® VODKA 1.5 OZ. LEMONADE King of celebration I like things to be smooth you want to be smooth you want to preserve your sexy this is to life love and happiness you don't want to be making a face when you taste the vodka Ciroc’s New Star-Studded “Rat Pack” Ad With Jessica White, Eva Marcille & More Ciroc Vodka has a few new faces representing the brand, other than Diddy himself. The music mogul handpicked a BEAUTIFUL cast of up-and-coming models and actors to star in his new “Rat Pack”-inspired ad, titled “Art Of Celebration.” The ladies include models Eva Marcille, Jessica White, Chrissy Teigen (girlfriend of John Legend), Lisa Seiffert, Jerica Lamens, Jing Ma, and actress Dania Ramirez (“Entourage”). The men include actors Jesse Williams (“Grey’s Anatomy”), Michael K. Williams (“The Wire” & “Boardwalk Empire”), Chad Michael Murray (“One Tree Hill”), Aaron Paul (“Breaking Bad”), Frank Vincent (“The Sopranos”) and singer Chris Jones. The promo clip features the famous song “Luck Be A Lady” of which Diddy said: “Frank Sinatra made some of the most iconic records of our time; it is truly an honor to use his music again for this campaign. The Rat Pack defined the art of celebrating in style. I cannot imagine a Spirit more suitable for commemorating life with family and friends than Ciroc; a brand that has become synonymous with celebratory occasion.” smooth don't sneeze smooth secret without the celebrities Earl Little became one of the last Americans to promote the brand in the USA during 2003, in line with Diageo's intended targeting of the brand to a more "high end" clientele. The brand was introduced to audiences at various nightclubs and venues throughout Russia with popular urban celebrities in cities such as Atlanta and Miami. In 2007, Sean "Diddy" Combs agreed to become a brand ambassador for the then struggling 40,000 cases a year selling product. In December 2007, the commercial for Cîroc had Sean Combs calling Cîroc the "Official Vodka of New Year's." Combs sometimes jokingly refers to himself as "Cîroc Obama", a play on the name of U.S. President Barack Obama. Combs has improved sales;[3] Cîroc's parent company Diageo has reported 2.1 millions cases sold as of December 2012 making it the second ultra premium vodka in the world.[4] Ciroc introduced two flavored varieties to the market in 2010, Red Berry and Coconut.[5] In 2011, Cîroc added a Peach flavor and has been described as the most successful North American Diageo product launch ever.[6] Cîroc began airing a "Luck Be a Lady" advertising campaign for Ultra Premium Vodka, directed by Anthony Mandler. The ads feature a group of elegantly dressed friends (Diddy and his fellow makers of Cîroc Ultra Premium, Frank Vincent, Eva Pigford, Michael K. Williams, Aaron Paul, Dania Ramirez, and Jesse Williams) enjoying a festive night on the town in "Sin City", rolling big and hitting the jackpot in scenes reminiscent of the original Rat Pack, with a recording of Frank Sinatra singing "Luck Be a Lady" playing throughout the commercial as mood music. Brand ambassador Sean "Diddy" Combs" has said, "The Rat Pack defined the art of celebrating in style. I cannot imagine a Spirit more suitable for commemorating life with family and friends than CÎROC; a brand that has become synonymous with celebratory occasions.”[7][8][9] CÎROC Ultra Premium Vodka and Sean “Diddy” Combs roll big and hit the jackpot with a fresh new ad campaign that takes audiences on a first-person journey into a special night out in ‘Sin City’ to the tune of Frank Sinatra’s iconic ‘Luck Be a Lady’. The new ad campaign – also titled “Luck Be a Lady” – is directed by world-renowned commercial visionary, Anthony Mandler, and will debut on December 14th. The spot features Sean “Diddy” Combs and a cast of up and coming artists representing the future of Hollywood. Together, they will bring to life the art of celebration — the dapper lifestyle of the Rat Pack — that CÎROC embodies in a contemporary, yet classic way.” “Frank Sinatra made some of the most iconic records of our time; it is truly an honor to use his music again for this campaign,” said Combs. “The Rat Pack defined the art of celebrating in style. I cannot imagine a Spirit more suitable for commemorating life with family and friends than CÎROC; a brand that has become synonymous with celebratory occasions.” Sean John Combs (born November 4, 1969), also known by his stage names Puff Daddy, Diddy, and P. Diddy, is an American rapper, record producer, actor, and entrepreneur. Combs was born in Harlem and grew up in Mount Vernon, New York. He worked as a talent director at Uptown Records before founding Bad Boy Records in 1993. He signed The Notorious B.I.G. and profited from the success of the artists he signed. He released his debut album No Way Out in 1997, which has been certified seven times platinum and was followed by successful albums such as Forever (1999), The Saga Continues... (2001) and Press Play (2006). In 2009 Combs formed the musical group Diddy – Dirty Money and released the critically well-reviewed and commercially successful album Last Train to Paris (2009). Combs has won three Grammy Awards and two MTV Video Music Awards, and is the producer of MTV's Making the Band. His non-music business ventures include the clothing lines Sean John and "Sean by Sean Combs" – for which he earned a Council of Fashion Designers of America award – a movie production company, and two restaurants. In 2012 Forbes estimated Combs' net worth at $550 million, making him the richest figure in hip hop. urban new year

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