DB responds to wowsers

DB has responded to the wowsers who want to get the Tui Girls sacked from their jobs:

Tui marketing manager Jarrod Bear said the Tui Brewery girls were a long-established part of the beer’s marketing campaign which fully complied with advertising regulations.

“We salute Ms Morris for voicing her opinions and the public discussion it has created. The feedback Tui has received has been overwhelmingly supportive. Tui Brewery Limited is an equal opportunities employer and we have no grounds for dismissal of the Tui Brewery girls, especially when they’re doing such a great job .”

Thanks to the free publicity we can now expect Tui sales to increase. The law of unintended consequences often works in mysterious ways.

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