Writing in the Huffington Postthe reporter Ron Dicker captured some of the cultural confusion that followed:. Includes mirror hangers, door signs and banners, newspaper ad templates, radio spots etc. This is why a Subaru is all about "love" while a campaign for the Cadillac CTS featured Kate Walsh pondering the question, "When you turn your car on, does it return the favor? No reason was given. Dealers can purchase and give away a box with a heart shaped chocolate, and a flip open lid where you can put a business card. We want to hear what you think about this article.
Tim Bennett wanted to dispel a few notions.
Subaru doesn't care. Gay causes seemed to be on the losing side of the culture war: Clearly the top executives at Subaru get it. References were made to Diversity and "It's Not a Choice.
Toyota held the top spot for both.