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August 03, 2016 @ 12:00am

What is it?

Following the success of the commercial series P&G had during the 2012 and 2014 Olympics about moms, they created a follow-up campaign for the 2016 Olympics that’s stronger than ever. Previously, these commercials showed how mothers supported their children in the spectrum of athletics. The newest campaign shows how mothers are a rock for their children in a multitude of situations.

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July 27, 2016 @ 12:00am

After watching this commercial, it’s normal to feel empowered. This week, we picked a commercial that isn’t afraid to challenge social norms and start a conversation. Take a break out of your day and give it a watch and let us know how you reacted to it.

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July 12, 2016 @ 12:00am

What is it?

Featured in the Super Bowl, FIAT decided to go with a racy ad for the Super Bowl – one that was certainly going to leave an impression.

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July 07, 2016 @ 12:00am

What is it?

Suburban Auto Group, a car dealership in Oregon, created a series of commercials in 2003 featuring the “trunk monkey” – a fictional feature in their cars that activates a monkey from the trunk to assist the driver in certain situations where the car manual cannot (like dealing with kids throwing eggs at the car and other drivers with road rage).

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June 28, 2016 @ 12:00am

What is it?

In the 1996 Olympics, McDonald’s (a leading sponsor of the Olympics) created an advertisement that was meant to inspire people to go after their dreams. Take a look at how touching this commercial truly is.

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June 20, 2016 @ 12:00am

Bob Uecker Appears in the Miller Lite

We all need a mental break from time-to-time throughout the day. So weekly, I am going to send you a commercial that was successful in its day. I will also provide you with a few thoughts as to why it caught people's fancy. You're going to have fun and learn something too.

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