(Continued from page 2) Campaign ran: November 2013 Why the fuss: Carl’s Jr., the quick-service pioneer in double-entendre advertising, has taken the bulk of criticism for racy advertisements ever since its 2005 commercial featuring a bikini-clad Paris Hilton. That controversy has dissipated somewhat, probably because consumers have come to expect ads like recent spots with Kate Upton, Kim Kardashian and other famous females. Last year’s “Great Buns” ad kept ...

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