Ron Rivera, Sean Payton, & Mike Shanahan ambush people to talk some sense into them. They have no business buying back alley NFL tickets (you know exactly what I mean). Instead they're supposed to use NFL Ticket Exchange because it's a legit site where you can get 100% verified after market tickets. In other words, stop getting scammed and stop supporting the scalpers! This is a really weird version of a "hidden camera" spot in the sense that none of the people were fooled by the Scooby Doo disguises. I can't tell if that was part of the joke or if they just went with it. Either way there basically was no reason to do a fakey, here. It would have been enough to see Sean Peyton waiting for me. It's hard enough to pull off genuine surprise stunts as it is.

CREATIVE AGENCY: Grey New York Advertiser: NFL Spot Title: NFL Ticket Exchange – Fatherly Advice First Air Date: 8/26/16 Agency: Grey NY Chief Creative Officer: Andreas Dahlqvist Executive Creative Directors: Leo Savage and Jeff Stamp Group Creative Director: Joe Mongognia Creative Director/Copywriter: Evan Benedetto and Stephen Nathans Creative Director/ Art Director: Mike Cicale and Lance Parrish Project Director: Hank Romero SVP, Account Director: Alan Perlman Senior Account Director: Lucy Hallowell EXECUTIVE PRODUCTION: Townhouse Townhouse President: Bennett McCarroll Townhouse Exec. Producer: Alison Horn Townhouse VP, Producer: Bruce McDonald Townhouse Assistant Producer: Alex Litke Townhouse VP, Music Producer: Zach Pollakoff Production Company: Big Block Director: Josh + Vince Editor (person & company): Patrick Colman & Final Cut Post Production Company: Significant Others Creative Director/VFX Artist: Dirk Greene GFX Artist: Phillip Brooks Sound Designer/Mixer: T. Terressa Tate Music/Sound Design (person & company): BANG
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