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Pergo Vs. Everything

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October 2011
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Advertising Agency: Fitzgerald+CO, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Noel Cottrell
Creative Director / Copywriter: Mitch Bennett
Creative Director / Art Director: Wes Whitener
Director of Integrated Production: Christine Sigety
Digital Creative Director: Brad Sarmiento
Digital Producer: Andi Biron
Production Company: Partizan
Director: Jeremy Konner
Executive Producer: Sheila Stepanek
Producer: Ross Girard
Director of Photography: Eric Haase
Production Designer: Eric Archer
Editorial Company: Final Cut LA
Editor: Jacob Kuehl
Producer: Jennifer Miller
Colour / Finish: The Moving Picture Company
Colourist: Ricky Guasis
Producer: Amanda Ornelas

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ladybug2535's picture
ladybug2535
Activity Score 78

This is a very entertaining ad and it made its point very well. Very slight criticism is that the wrestlers in high heels acted like they were afraid they were going to slip and fall. Floors do not want to give the impression that they are unsafe. If they couldn't find wrestlers (why not female wrestlers?) that were comfortable in high heels--stomping around and whatnot, then they should have cut that particular bit. And they left out roller derby skaters. And Flamenco dancers. Why not knife throwers? That miss :) I thought the "world's worst magician" was hilarious.

Taylormade's picture
Taylormade
Activity Score 408

Based on the beginning of the video, I thought they were going to do a comparison. That would have been more compelling. I would have assumed any flooring could handle most of this stuff.

kleenex's picture
kleenex
Activity Score 43349

I can agree with you, but the I liked what I was watching.

JAG's picture
JAG
Activity Score 166

It seems silly, but I couldn't take my eyes off the ad.

ladybug2535's picture
ladybug2535
Activity Score 78

This is a very entertaining ad and it made its point very well. Very slight criticism is that the wrestlers in high heels acted like they were afraid they were going to slip and fall. Floors do not want to give the impression that they are unsafe. If they couldn't find wrestlers (why not female wrestlers?) that were comfortable in high heels--stomping around and whatnot, then they should have cut that particular bit. And they left out roller derby skaters. And Flamenco dancers. Why not knife throwers? That miss :) I thought the "world's worst magician" was hilarious.

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