• NEW! Neil Patrick Harris And Rainn Wilson Are 'Spokescrumbs' For Honda Odyssey
    Wonder no more about what happens to the random snacks lost inside your car. Playtime is over for French fries and gummy bears. The 2014 Honda Odyssey is launching a trio of TV spots Sept. 3 to promote its built-in vacuum cleaner. Rather than using spokespeople, the ads use “spokescrumbs” voiced by actors Neil Patrick Harris (playing the role of lint ball) and Rainn Wilson (gummy bear). “It’s Here” takes place on the Odyssey floor, where fallen debris shoot the breeze about their idyllic life watching movies and ...
  • NEW! Samsung Convinces Brother To Make A Leap Into Smartphone World
    Two brothers compare cell phones while barbecuing in an ad for Samsung. One brother owns the high-tech Samsung Galaxy S4, while the other has a rundown, old phone that can hardly dial numbers. Afraid of change, the brother settles for his archaic phone, until his brother shows him the easy mode settings on the Galaxy S4, which makes the leap into smart phone technology easier. So much easier that the non-techy brother asks for the S4 as a birthday gift. See it here, created by ...
  • AidsWalk Canada Depicts Random Things People Do For Charitable Causes
    Subaru makes running out of gas seem romantic. Kia hamsters get a makeover. Let's launch!
  • Kia Soul and Beloved Hamsters Get Revamped
    It’s like “The Biggest Loser”-- hamster-style. The Kia Soul received an updated look, so it was time for the beloved Kia hamsters to trade their sweats for tuxedos in “Totally Transformed.” The ad launched during Sunday night’s MTV Video Music Awards and features the hamsters working out feverishly at the gym, preparing for their red-carpet appearances. As the trio swim, run on the treadmill or work on the elliptical, Lady Gaga’s “Applause” plays. The ad made its debut following Gaga’s opening of the VMAs. The spot ends with The Kia Soul getting ...
  • Subaru Shows Sweet Side To Running Out Of Gas
    The latest ads for Subaru’s “Love” campaign are adorably sweet, like the previous spots. In “The Date,” a couple make some impromptu stops while driving down a long, isolated road. They drink milkshakes, converse and stop at a farmer’s market. Turns out, it wasn’t really a date. The guy drove the woman to get gas for her truck. When the pair part ways, it’s almost sad. The good thing is, the woman wrote her number on the man’s trunk. Good thing he doesn’t keep the car too neat. See it here. ...
  • Disney Launches Princess Royal Salon App
    Random iPhone App of the week: Disney Publishing launched the Disney Princess Royal Salon App, where users can dress and style Belle, Ariel, Cinderella and Rapunzel for an invite-only party.The combinations are endless, with users in charge of the princesses' hair color, style, outfit and accessories. Once a look is complete, users can save the creation to the app’s scrapbook and email the end result. The app is available for $4.99 in the App Store.
  • NEW! Slim Jim Urges Men to Become Meat Donors To Men With 'Male Spice Loss'
    Give the gift of meat to a man in need, implores the Slim Jim man. He’s not a doctor, but he plays one in this ad, hoping to help men who suffer from “Male Spice Loss.” Examples of men who suffer from MSL include softball bunters, pizza blotters and men looking for a melon-baller. They need help from Slim Jim Donors, men who buy two Slim Jims and give one away to a man in need. There’s even a website where men can pledge to give meat away, tweet about meat ...
  • NEW! Should Storms Be Named For Politicians Who Don't Believe In Climate Change?
    350 Action, a climate change activist group, launched a great campaign targeting politicians who don’t believe climate change exists. The organization is petitioning the World Meteorlogical Organization to change the way storms are named. Rather than having a Hurricane Dennis wreak havoc on your city, one would be prepping for a disaster named David Vitter, Marco Rubio, John Boehner or Paul Ryan. Supporting the petition found at ClimateNameChange.org is a video that begins with average folks playing bingo and swimming. Sadly, their names are synonymous with horrible hurricanes and ...
  • NEW! Parents Rumble For Best Picture In Ad For Microsoft Windows Phone
    When it comes to competitive parents, school dance recitals have become the premier sporting event where parents vie for the best photo of their little radish, pea or eggplant, using the fanciest, most expensive tech devices available. That’s the gist of “The Recital,” the latest ad for the Microsoft Nokia Lumia 1020 Windows phone. In it, a group of adorable kids dressed as different vegetables sing and dance. The real action takes place offstage, however, when family members use their iPhones, iPads or smartphones to get the best ...
  • NEW! MilkPEP Debuts Protein Fight Club
    The first rule of Protein Fight Club is telling everyone you know about it. MilkPEP launched a trio of TV ads informing milk lovers that the drink packs a punch: a protein punch. For those looking to add additional protein to their diet, look no further than an 8-ounce glass of milk. What better meal to add protein than breakfast? Milk goes head-to-head with breakfast competitors, easily devouring the competition. A greasy breakfast burrito is no match for milk in a rope-climbing competition. See it here. My favorite breakfast food, aside ...
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