I miss when products had a steady indetifiable spokesperson
Not so long ago, most products on radio or TV had a clearly identificable spokesperson: someone endorsing it or personifying the product.

Some are forever on the product label: Mr. Clean, Aunt Jemima, Mrs. Butterworth. Cereals are closely identified with their characters: Tony the Tiger, the Trix Rabbit, etc.

But the trend is gone, making commercials disposable and totally unmemorable. I miss Mr. Whipple (Charman toilet paper), Josephine the plumber, ...
Re: I miss when products had a steady indetifiable spokesperson
i totally agree! PLUS products had their own jingles, not taking songs we grew up and loved for a variety of personal reasons and then making them represent a product!

People REMEMBER the jingles, the spokespeople, the mascots.....it's something that once you have it, you just can use again and again. Like Empire carpets. Even when the guy didn't want to appear anymore due to health, they made him a cartoon.