Friends, fellows, adgrunts. Let me introduce to you the new Boost Mobile campaign that is all about the data. The sexy, hawt, data. You know how some people are tremendous party-poopers and ask you, burying you face in your phone at the PTA meeting, the supermarket, your nans funeral to stop? Yeah you can tell them to suck it and switch to Boost Mobile because here there's so much data, it's turning catholic priests into sinners who will indulge in data when they should be giving the Blessed Sacrament. These are the data-indulgers worse than anyone else.

Tssk tssk. What a bad priest. Not as bad as the pun Come to data though. Groan! Ok, fine, I'll admit it, I smirked. Stay away from puns as taglines though, kids. It's a sin. Honestly.

Campaign: Come To Data Films: x2 Web Shorts / x4 Vines / Social Stills Agency: 180LA Client: Boost Mobile Client Credits: Director, Sprint Prepaid Group: Peiti Feng Manger of Brand Advertising and Creative, Wally Fox Brand Manager, Social Media and Brand Integration, Jill Johnson Advertising Manager, Mario Cardenas Social Media and Brand Integration, Bre Cohen Agency: 180LA Managing Partner, CCO: William Gelner Creative Directors: Mike Bokman and Jason Rappaport Copywriter: Chris Elzinga / Daniel Chen Art Director: Marcus Cross / Jenny Kang Head of Account Management: Chad Bettor Associate Account Director: Paul Kinsella Social Media Account Manager: Olivia Watson Head of Production: Natasha Wellesley Senior Producer: Lindsey Wood Associate Producer: Lauren Prushan Business Affairs Manager: Ivy Chen Production Production Co: Treefort Director: Shillick Producer: Mike Begovich DP: Max Gutierrez Editorial Company: Treefort (Web Films) / Melvin (Vines) Editor: Josh Hegard (Web Films) / Dave Groseclose (Vines) Color/ Online Finishing: Sam Maliszewski / Melvin Sound Design / Mix: Eddie Kim / Therapy
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