"Did you bring anything for the clothing drive?" so begins the surreal day started by Sarah's innocent remark "too bad, you get a free Bud Light for every article of clothing you donate" which starts the office journey into nudism.
Just like Doritos with the Crash The Superbowl super bowl XLIV, Careerbuilder has called upon (wo)man on the street to compete with ideas for their super bowl commercial, and the resulting cream of the crop are now up at HireMyTVad for your voting. It makes a lot more sense for Careerbuilder actually, since the winning ad might just change someones career.
Saatchi & Saatchi UK and The NSPCC collaborated with Paul Hartnoll, from Orbital, to create a rather different ad for their latest campaign. The soundtrack is composed from kids answering the question "how U feelin?", and true to Orb form sounds modern & danceinfluenced. The commercial is supported by an online app on the NSPCC Childline website weher kids can mix a new version of the soundtrack themselves.
"With this ad we wanted to grab young people's attention and show them that ChildLine can help them express how they are feeling," said Paul Silburn, creative partner at Saatchi & Saatchi London. "The remix online application gives them the space to do this in a creative and interactive way."
At the time of this posting it's 18 days, 12 hours, 22 minutes and 49 seconds to go until the superbowl, but who's counting? As per the annual Tradition, GoDaddy have already jumped the gun and let out one of their ads early. In Danicka Patrick "Movies", Danica does "Weird Science” and “Flashdance" scenes to the oogling of dorks below. The commercial has already aired on “Inside Edition", and to see the full ad, you'll need to log on to Godaddy.com on Superbowl Sunday. All you'll get is Danica Patrick adding her impression of Marilyn Monroe in "The Seven Year Itch", an image so overused in advertising all I can think of now is that Science world fart.
Godaddy CEO Bob Parson is psyched, as usual:
“This is our best work ever!” proclaimed Go Daddy CEO and Founder Bob Parsons. “The Internet-Only version of ‘Movies’ with Danica as Marilyn Monroe is smokin’ hot and I predict people of all ages are going to enjoy our Go Daddy Girl as ‘the girl’ from ‘The Seven Year Itch’ for years to come.”
Go Daddy has purchased two thirty-second ad slots set to air in the first and fourth quarters. Now you know when you can join in the big flush.
When A&W has a promotion, they typically decorate their restaurant with signage to tell people about the offer. But sometimes the deal is so great they want to do something more to create excitement. And there’s nothing more exciting than balloons.