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Best choice of celebrity spokesperson 2007 (so far)

My it's a long way from 1998 and that "sixdegrees" networking website. This adveremail today cracked me up. It might be because I haven't had any coffee yet and I just found it silly that kevin Bacon emailed me.

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McDonald's - Cars (2006) :30 (USA)

McDonald's - Cars (2006) :30  (USA)

The reason kids go to McDonald's? The toys!

 

K-Swiss - 1966 - Tennis - variant (2006) :30 (USA)

 

K-Swiss - 1966 - Tennis (2006) :30 (USA)

 

Herbert Brothers Hope for Super Bowl Ad Stardom

A member of the team that created "Duct Tape", a current top five finalist in the Doritos Super Bowl Commercial contest, has sent in their film.We're honored to be in this position, as first time TV commercial makers we're up against some pros… and we're asking people to please support us by casting their vote for DUCT TAPE at crashthesuperbowl.com.Super adgrunts, click on the image below to view the spot.

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Child TEMA - Playdoh (2007) Poster (Turkey)

Alaaddin Adworks, Istanbul has created this poster and magazine playdoh ad to promote consciousness among primary school children for Child TEMA, a branch of TEMA (The Turkish Foundation for Combating Soil Erosion for Reforestation and the Protection of Natural Habitats).

The poster will be on the walls of primary schools to create interest to join to the foundation, magazines will also be used to support the campaign.

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Microsoft teams up with LeBron James

New ads breaking January 30th for Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system will feature cameo apperances by NBA star LeBron James.

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PETA's Naked State of the Union

The folks at PETA have created a naked version of the State of the Union Address. With Congress cheering and senators smirking, the PETA girl bares it all while talking about animal rights, etc.

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A peek inside Nationwide's K-Fed Super Bowl Spot

Apparently the the National Restaurant Association is worried that Nationwide's Super Bowl spot featuring Kevin Federline will be insulting to those who work in the restaurant industry. A letter was sent stating "We hope that these reports are inaccurate and that Nationwide will not be airing such an ad that would give the impression that working in a restaurant is demeaning and unpleasant. An ad such as this would be a strong and a direct insult to the 12.8 million Americans who work in the restaurant industry." Right, because everyone knows those McD's workers are lovin' it. ;)

All you closet KFed fans, check out behind-the-scenes footage of KFed. on the mic for Nationwide's Super Bowl commercial.

Read on for a Q&A with Federline and Steven Schreibman, VP of Advertising and Brand Management at Nationwide.

 

Groundhog searches for Shadow in online campaign

Ripple Effects Interactive and Red Tettemer launched GroundhogCrossing.com on behalf of the Pennsylvania Tourism Office. The online campaign intended to generate some buzz around one of Pennsylvania's oldest and most revered holidays, Groundhog Day (Friday, February 2nd, 2007).

The premise is that the Groundhog's counterpart, the Shadow, has fled Punxsutawney, overwhelmed with the pressure that 96 out of the last 120 years, the Shadow has been the cause of another six weeks of winter. Missing his lifelong friend, the Groundhog makes a literal cross-country trek to recover the Shadow and return to Pennsylvania in time for Groundhog Day 2007.

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