Advertising Age published a fluff piece on a bake sale held by Ogilvy & Mather in New York. Proceeds supported SOS’ Great American Bake Sale, which helps fight kids hunger across the country. Anyway, the story ended with this statement:
Following the judging of the contest, hundreds of baked goods created by agency employees were sold throughout the agency’s New York office building, which is nicknamed The Chocolate Factory.
The Chocolate Factory? Former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin once referred to NOLA as a “chocolate city”—in reference to the area’s Black population. Not sure how the predominately Caucasian O&M warrants a similar title. Unless it’s The White Chocolate Factory.