Ultra Tune

Ultra Tune

Contact Ultra Tune

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HEAD OFFICE:

Phone: (03) 9815 9200

For general enquiries email ultraho@ultratune.com.au

Fax: (03) 9815 9201
Address: Unit 15, 762 Toorak Rd, Glen Iris VIC 3146
Postal Address: PO Box 2086, Camberwell West VIC 3124

Executive Chairman: Sean Buckley
National Operations Manager: Tony Cott
National Fleet Manager: George de Bondt
Corporate Solicitor: Albert Chong


 

Sexist Advertising Perpetuates Sexist Attitudes

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Men Against UltraTune Sexism

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The sexist Ultra Tune ads are back for 2017 and we're #NotBuyingIt

*Insert head desk* Yes you read it right, here we are again, talking about Ultra Tune and their sexist ads. We've written about Ultra Tune numerous...

UltraTune and Honey Birdette top most complained about ads list for 2016

The Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) have released their list of most complained about ads for 2016.  “Discrimination and vilification is consistently one of the most...

There's a world of difference between sex and sexism in advertising

Originally published on The Conversation Advertising and sex are two of the oldest professions in the world. Indeed, one of the earliest uses of advertising...

Ad Standards Board dismissed complaints against Ultra Tune carwash ad

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Ad Standards dismisses complaints against sexist Ultra Tune ad

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Ad Standards Board rules UltraTune ad vilifies women

Earlier this year UltraTune launched its new series of television commercials which attracted substantial criticism from the broader community. 

UltraTune's sexist ad campaign for 2016

UltraTune are at it again.....here is their sexist ad campaign for 2016

Cross 'em off your Christmas list: Our 2015 list of corporate sexploitation offenders

It’s that time of year again! As the Christmas season draws near, companies are competing for your business. Now is the time to reflect on...


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