- Guy is stuck in a dead-end job or has lost his job
- Guy decides to make life better for him and his family (familial improvement is always a selling point)
- Guy went to ITT Tech and now life is so much better
- Guy doesn't tell us why life is better or how he's improved himself
The lack of information is enough to merit a "no" vote, but the ads themselves are so cheesy. At some point they always show the guy with his wife and kids, frolicking in a park or on the lawn. The latest one shows the guy playing baseball. Did he go to ITT Tech and earn a degree in baseball? I'm left to presume this is a recreational league. I hope so because he throws a fastball that has a high arc and clocks in at around 45 mph (and the batter swings and misses by a foot, after which they cut to the umpire, who dramatically calls a strike).
Sappy family bonding moments attached to vague claims about a life that is wholly better, with no information or evidence to support the claim, just don't add up. Put up or shut up, ITT Tech!