1800 Tequila unleashed new TV creative today from New York’s Agent16 that features The Soprano’s Michael Imperioli. Kick Back: Shot Top The brand has scheduled air time on ESPN, Comedy Central, and others along with an online component scheduled for Sports Illustrated and Yahoo! Sports. “Kick Back” grabbed by my attention as the stronger of […]
Do you ever enter a hip retail store and the people working there look like they just stepped from the pages of a fashion mag, and you think you could never talk to them, because they’re too damn pretty? Well, PUMA wants to make the hotties in their stores more available to you. For instance, […]
When I was in college (admittedly in the last century) I knew people who stayed up all night in order to ace, or pass, their Bio Chem exam. I stayed up late too, for beer pong takes lots of practice. But that’s not how college students roll today. Nope. When Crispin Porter comes calling with […]
According to The New York Times, Steve Pacheco, director of advertising at FedEx, believes “lunchtime is the new prime time,” a fact which led him to supply BBDO-made, YouTube-distributed infotainment starring Fred Willard. The Times says the shipping company needs a successful campaign. Pummeled by the downturn and high fuel prices — not to mention […]
“Dreams vs. Nightmares” is the latest installment in Honda’s DREAM THE IMPOSSIBLE documentary series. Launched in January, the series works to reveal the true essence of Honda’s corporate philosophy. “We hope to inspire our customers to see the possibilities beyond the nightmares they may read in the news,” says Barbara Ponce, manager of corporate advertising […]
According to AdAge, Zack16 and his missing man parts is an effort to sell more Tampax. “It was inexpensive for us to do this one little effort and kind of get a feel for how much pickup it gets, if it goes viral or if it doesn’t,” a P&G spokesman said. Leo Burnett is the […]
These have been out for over a year, but always good for a laugh. Enjoy.
The lyrics herein are brilliant: Sung to Don McLean’s “American Pie”, this 19 stanza song was written and produced in just one day by “L. McDuff”.
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