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When Reese’s Pieces lured a shy little alien from the bushes in the 1982 blockbuster E.T., sales for the bite-size candy shot through the roof. Fast forward to the summer of 2009: the aliens are much, much bigger and so is the opportunity for brands that appear in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Like other brands featured in the film, The United States Army takes its screen time seriously. Lieutenant Colonel Gregory Bishop , Entertainment Liaison for the U.S. Army, joins The Brand Show to offer his perspective on the value of entertainment as a branding vehicle. The seasoned officer discusses his organization’s role in film and television projects including G.I. Joe and Army Wives.
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