Contact: Joe Ullrich
813-624-7767
joeullrich@omnipublicity.com
For Immediate Release
December 3, 2004
UCLA INVITES SUBLIMINAL ADVERTISING
EXPERT TO SPEAK AT KERCKHOFF HALL
ABOUT THE GUEST:
August Bullock is an attorney and former law professor who has been involved in the subliminal controversy since the late 1970s. He is an experienced professional speaker who has appeared on many radio and television shows across the country. The author of a controversial "underground" textbook entitled, The Secret Sales Pitch: An Overview of Subliminal Advertising (2004), he often teaches seminars to members of the advertising community explaining how to use subliminal techniques. He is the creator of Subliminal Sex T-shirts ™, which endow the wearer with mysterious powers and which were once the best selling item in Macy's department stores.
Although advertisers deny creating them, many people are familiar with the idea that advertising contains subliminal messages—optical illusions and secret meanings perceived only by your unconscious mind.

In his new book, The Secret Sales Pitch: an Overview of Subliminal Advertising, attorney August Bullock presents an ironclad case for their existence and effectiveness. He weaves together ads that contain subliminal techniques with studies of perception that reveal how subliminals influence behavior. The Secret Sales Pitch is a highly acclaimed handbook that is both a shocking expose and a fascinating “how-to” manual.

Bullock will present a digital slide show UCLA on January 20.
The presentation is free and open to the public.

Place: UCLA
Grand Salon, Kerckhoff Hall
308 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Date: Thursday, January 20, 2005
Time: 12:00 noon to 1:30 PM
Sponsored by: UCLA Campus Events
Admission: Free
What other’s are saying:

“Bullock’s show is startling”
—Santa Rosa Press Democrat

“...his examples convince beyond a doubt....Perhaps this book will convince some advertising insiders to come forward and tell it like it is.”
—Foreward magazine

“...a fresh and engaging read....Highly recommended.
—Choice magazine (American Library Association)

Bullock’s prove-it-to-the-jury approach to explaining the psychology of subliminals presents a powerful case to those who may be skeptical...
—Santa Cruz Good Times

Topics of discussion:

• How does subliminal advertising work?
• What startling examples can be found in mainstream media?
• When were the techniques of subliminal persuasion first developed?
• How can optical illusions stimulate repressed unconscious fantasies?
• Why are horrifying images hidden in liquor ads?
• Why subliminals are not, cannot, and should not be made illegal.

For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact:
Joe Ullrich
813-624-7767
joeullrich@omnipublicity.com