- Alan Gutman, the lawyer representing Axl and Guns N’ Roses, sent a scolding letter (which cited Advertising Age’s coverage of the campaign), to Larry Young, president-CEO of the Dr Pepper Snapple Group. The letter stated that Dr Pepper’s campaign had exploited the singer’s reputation and the “eagerly awaited” album, and stated that payment would be sought for the unauthorized use of the Guns N’ Roses brand.
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