Once the Boston Red Sox – sorry, World Series Champion Red Sox – took Game 6, flooded the clubhouse with bubbly, painted the town Red for the rest of Wednesday night, and rode the duck boats into MLB history, it was all over but the touting.
Enter today’s Boston Globe 40-page Special Commemorative Section, which is one giant duck boat for advertising.
The ads come in three categories: bearded, beardless, and merchandise-hawking.
The bearded . . .
Read the rest at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town.