I was disappointed in this year's creative. Only commercials I can remember who the advertisers were was Audi and Gator Aide. Hard to miss that big black Lab laping up the Gator Aide!
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The Clydesdale and the Dalmatian.....you can ALWAYS count on Budweiser!
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Oh come on...those Bridgestone Tire commercials were great.
"It's the journey that's important, with experience and knowledge to be gained along the way, in the company of our faithful dogs and our good friends."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Shaq, the jockey wasn't funny???
But Booty is right. I don't remember who the sponsor was so it probably wasn't that effective.
“Don’t wave your phony patriotism in MY face! If you really love America, open your wallet and hire an American kid to build what you buy. Think of all our problems that might solve.” Doug Fraser (paraphrased) 1980
Real Americans buy American, though it may be too little too late now.
Snowshoe's All American Guy SH, UDX, WCX ... CODY ... at the bridge
CH. Snowshoe's Girl Crazy MH, UD, WCX, SDHF, OS ... PRESLEY
Millpond's Baby Boomer MH*** ... BABE
Snowshoe's Crazy For Lovin You SH ... NELSON
the one with the tow truck guy putting the jumper cables on his nipples made me uncomfortable. Not necessarily offended, or angry. Just strange, didn't seem right.
"So what is big is not always the Trout nor the Deer but the chance, the being there. And what is full is not necessarily the creel nor the freezer, but the memory." ~ Aldo Leopold
"The Greatest Obstacle to Discovery is not Ignorance -- It is the Illusion of Knowledge" ~ Daniel Boorstin