Advertising Age has named Chrysler the marketer of the year for 2012, thanks to the company’s growth which is attributed to its new marketing techniques. Continue Reading...
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Possibly one of this year’s most prolific TV commercials, Chrysler’s “Halftime in America” Superbowl ads featuring Clint Eastwood giving a pep talk to the country quickly became a smash hit. Continue Reading...
Cocaine, beautiful women and tiger blood — these things can compel a man to insane acts, not the least of which is driving a Fiat 500 at speed through a house. That’s one image Italian automaker, Fiat, is hoping to portray (fun and youth not drugs and depravity), but the Charlie Sheen “House Arrest” commercial is… Continue Reading...
Sticking with a gritty theme, albeit in a different style, Chrysler has listed the services of veteran actor and director Clint Eastwood, who’s expected to give the country a tough talking to, in Walt Kowalski style. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen‘s Super Bowl ad was teased last week with a musical performance of dog’s barking the imperial march, which was very entertaining by itself, but it was not evident how VW would tie together both dogs and Star Wars. Well now we know as the company just released the entire commercial for our viewing pleasure…. Continue Reading...
Car companies, much like any other, can go one of two routes when dreaming up a Superbowl commercial: funny or serious. Cadillac chose the latter this year for their ATS commercial, but their ad didn’t do it for us. Throwing a deep commanding voice over an uninspiring electric guitar track and recycling what’s mostly old… Continue Reading...
Everything is big news in a small town, especially the chance at being featured in a Super Bowl commercial. For one small town, that possibility may become a reality if General Motors decides to run an ad they shot featuring Hamtramck, Michigan. The little town of about 20,000 people is all a twitter over their chance… Continue Reading...