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GlobalHue

Jul 2009
GlobalHue

This U.S.-based marketing and communications agency lists Dodge, a pledged non-user as well, as one of it's multiple clients. This company has agreed never to use great apes in future advertising campaigns.


Arnold Worldwide

Apr 2009
Arnold Worldwide

This advertising agency, one of the most powerful in the world, has agreed not to use great apes in future advertising campaigns.


Harris Teeter

2009
Harris Teeter

Harris Teeter, the North Carolina-based supermarket chain, pledged to leave great apes out of all future advertising and promotional material.


Sprint

2009
Sprint

In response to pressure following an advertisement featuring chimpanzee "actors," this global telecommunications company pledged not to use great apes in future campaigns.


Johnson & Johnson

Jan 2009
Johnson & Johnson

After pressure from animal welfare organizations, the pharmaceutical company has pledged not to produce ads featuring any "wild animals" unless the animals are left undisturbed in their natural habitats.


Dailey

Jan 2009
Dailey

This Los Angeles-based advertising agency has pledged never to use great apes in future ad campaigns.


Skedaddle Media

Jan 2009
Skedaddle Media

This media firm with a focus on internet publications has pledged not to use great apes in its advertising campaigns.


Young & Rubicam

Jan 2009
Young & Rubicam

Y&R is a global network of advertising companies. The agency, along with several other top advertising agencies, has pledged not to use any non-human primates in their advertising campaigns in response to activist pressure.


Movietickets.com

Apr 2008
Movietickets.com

Movietickets.com, an online database for movie tickets, showtimes, and trailers, ran the in-theater promotional ad "Movie Monkey" featuring Jake, a young chimpanzee "actor." Aftering receiving many complaints, the company responded to criticism by agreeing never to use Jake or other chimpanzee "actors" in future advertising.


Kia Motors

2008
Kia Motors

Kia, South Korea's second largest automobile manufacturer, has pledged not to use great apes in future advertising campaigns.