Over the last year or so, on recent radio stations, Honda Motors has run a whole series of advertisements featuring the "Helpful Honda People", who demonstrate the helpfulness of Honda's personnel and company by assisting struggling people and families with various needs they cannot financially afford to meet. It might be vet care for a cat, or a trip to summer sports camp for a child, or fixing a key item in someone's house. It's nice that the company does this, even though it is for advertisement purposes. But it makes me wonder----How many others are out there, who WON"T be getting help? I always think of America's suffering middle class and working class families when I hear one of these ads. I don't think it would be a bad thing if maybe some other folks did as well. JMO.
Honda radio commercials feature being "Helpful" to America's struggling middle class.
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