Hard to believe it was more than 50 years ago when New York based Levy's
Bread came up with one of the greatest marketing campaigns in advertising history.
Realizing that their product catered mostly to Jewish people, the company placed ads showing non-Jewish people enjoying the "Jewish" bread. The slogan, "You don't have to be Jewish to love Levy's" was born.
Problem solved. The days of Gentiles thinking that something Jewish didn't apply to them, were finally over, right?
Why do Jewish holidays change dates every year?
Actually, they don’t. They just follow a different calendar.