Evocative, but indirect, this ad misses professional grade.
Ford goes further by doing “Best Selling” not as hollow brag and boast.
Heritage matters, but on the big stage, not as much as distinction.
An ad seven years old today; as great now as it was way back then.
An infographic showing G&R’s findings from our annual Super Bowl survey. For more detailed information, click here.
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When sugar was fine, a Coke ad could be just sweet. Now, neither is true.
Problem-related visuals work harder when they show solutions.
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