BP releases advertisements encouraging tourism

Posted on February 15th, 2012 No Comments

After the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, tourism across the states of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi drastically declined.  The oil-soaked coastlines, as well as the animals, have kept tourists away since the oil spill.

The oil company, BP, has released several advertisements showing that the Gulf Coast is the premiere location to enjoy a vacation. The ads show the crystal clear water and happy and healthy animals in the area. Different representatives from the states that were affected by the oil spill are interviewed on camera, and talk about the popular attractions in their states.

Although, the overall message of the commercials is to encourage tourism in the states along the Gulf Coast, researchers also view it as a crucial tool for BP’s public image. Some communication analysts believe that the BP logo should not have been present on the commercials, because it reminds viewers of what happened in the first place.

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