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  • Honda mocks brands that 'target Hispanics'
  • Honda mocks brands that 'target Hispanics'
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Honda mocks brands that 'target Hispanics'

With brands and agencies pandering to every last Hispanic linguistic and cultural stereotype in an effort to grow their appeal, Honda has launched an advert that mocks their efforts. In just 30 seconds, the advert shows how young Latinos can't be 'boxed' into a stereotype.

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