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Poseidon and a Couple of Mer-Bros Vouch for Gorton’s in the Best Fish-Stick Ads Ever

Gorton's frozen fish is so good, even Poseidon, God of the Sea, loves it, says a new campaign from Connelly Partners. The mythological Greek deity joins other unlikely--but ocean-savvy--endorsers in the comedic series of ads. There's a bedraggled island castaway who'll naturally evoke a more cracked-up version of Tom Hanks' character from the 2000 film....
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