Buffalo Bills Radio Network Drops AshleyMadison.com Spots
September 23, 2010 at 4:18 AM (PT)
The BUFFALO BILLS RADIO NETWORK has dropped ads for controversial dating site ASHLEYMADISON.COM after receiving complaints from listeners, reports the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS.
The move, after two games, prompted ASHLEYMADISON.COM owner NOEL BIDERMAN to object, saying, "I'm shocked they would pull these commercials only two weeks into our deal, especially since it was they who approached us about advertising during BILLS games. We even created a specific $49 ad for the BUFFALO market, as we know it's been especially hit hard by the economic downturn."
The website is designed for people interested in cheating on their spouses and has advertised heavily on radio.