Abercrombie Fitch Offers Jersey Shore's The Situation Cash To put on Someone Else's Clothes
NEW ALBANY, Ohio A clothing company is offering money to Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and his fellow "Jersey Shore" cast members so they'll stop wearing the brand on the program.
Abercrombie Fitch Co. says in a news release posted Tuesday abercrombie and fitch soldes that it's concerned that having Sorrentino seen in its clothing could cause "significant damage" towards the company's image.
Abercrombie says an association towards the Situation is the opposite of the "aspirational nature" of its brand and might be "distressing" to abercrombie france customers. The Ohiobased retailer says it's offered a "substantial payment" to Sorrentino and producers from the MTV show so he'll wear something else.
The organization says it's also making the offer to other people in the hardpartying cast.
An MTV spokeswoman did franceabercrombiepascher.net/ not immediately return messages for comment on Wednesday.
1. A didn't indicate that they any say within the matter. They offered money so that their clothes wouldn't be worn.
2. The truth that MTV does or abercrombie pas cher doesn't blur A identifiable markings/logo, etc. isn't proof of them having permission or otherwise. Blurring logos has way more to do with revenue streams and handling objections from (other) promotional partners who're paying for product placement of computer does with reproduction rights (which don't necessarily require permission fair use and all; after all it is clothing). Simply because MTV doesn't blur doesn't mean they're being paid, nor does it mean they needed clearance.