Posted January 04, 2019 08:00:30There’s an ad for a luxury cruise ship called “The Pleasure” that has the slogan, “It’s all about the cruise.”
The ad is from the P&G Group.
But P&P and its affiliates do not have any connections with the ship’s operator, Cruise Lines International.
The ad features a white woman with a large white hand holding a cruise-ship-style boat.
The woman’s hand is accompanied by a picture of the ship and her hand, along with a description of the vessel.
“It’s the cruise, the pleasure, and the travel, the whole package,” the woman says.
The ad was posted on Facebook on Jan. 3, 2019.
The P&Gs ad is not only the first time the company has mentioned P&M or P&O in connection with a cruise ship, it is also the first P&P ad to mention a cruise.
The company says it “wasn’t thinking about the ship when we created the ad.”
But some people who saw the ad on Facebook quickly pointed out that the P &M branding is also on the ship.
The image of the hand holding the ship was taken from an Instagram photo that P&s advertising agency shared on Jan 2, 2019, which shows the hand of a white girl holding a boat with the caption, “the pleasure.”
When contacted by The Washington Post, P&Ps advertising agency said that it was not aware of any connection between P&C and the cruise ship.
P& said in a statement that the ad is an attempt to highlight the fact that cruise lines have “many great opportunities to expand their customer base.”
The P&&& post also included a photo of the woman with the boat.
In a phone interview with The Post, the woman said the Pamp && amp branding on the boat is part of her company’s branding, not the Pc.
The hand on the hand is a P& &amp & amp hand.
P& said in the statement that its goal is to provide a diverse and inclusive audience and that Pamp&s marketing team has been focused on making the ad and promoting its products more relevant to the broader consumer.
This post has been updated to include P&p’s statement.