"Get a Divorce" billboard sparks outrage, business for law firm
Looks like the billboard got taken down...
wasn't so much about the partially clothed man and woman on the law
firm's ad. It was the phrase that lawyers Corri Fetman and Kelly
Garland chose that drew scores of complaints from neighbors and from
other attorneys who said it reflected poorly on their profession.[/q]
"Life is Short; Get a Divorce" screams a billboard in Chicago's so-called "Viagra Triangle" where singles and others on the prowl are looking for excitement and changes in "lifestyles..."
The ad is the brainchild of Corri Fetman, who told ABC News' Law & Justice Unit, "Law firm advertising is boring…Everything's always the same. It's lawyers in libraries with a suit on and the law books behind them. They don't say anything. What, I should hire you because you have a law degree? C'mon. So we wanted to try something different."