From BBDO Moscow comes this ad for Beeline wherein a crafty racoon tries to steal some stuff but can't get the Oyster out the cat flap. For some bizarre reason I feel like I've seen this ad before, I might be having a very strong case of deja vu.
A small town in Wisconsin called Manitowoc that is known for a lot of things including making cranes and ice machines and being the hometown of a 12-year old girl named Lia who has a group called the Hopeful Hearts Club that provides birthday parties and special events for t
A group of amazing kids in Missouri believe foster kids need love. Some much love, they are part of the non-profit Bundles of Hope, which gives foster kids backpacks full of practical items like socks and blankets as well as a toy. U.S.
Comcast's Internet Essentials makes it easy for low-income houses to have access to broadband internet with their 9.95 a month plan. They even provide access to a $150 computer. This campaign touts the educational benefit of having home internet for kids. Nice illustration, too. The astronomy one is my favorite.
This spot features resident IT wunderkind who explains password encryption in one take. Why? Because she has Comcast's Internet Essentials, which provides broadband internet as well as access to a low low-cost computer for low-income families.