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addyhoch10's picture
addyhoch10
Activity Score 2592

:)
but
"g. hackl"?
"h. schorsch"?

thought of "f. van almsick", but she's already out of business...

jennywhx's picture
jennywhx
Activity Score 1142

so i have a question, do they need to pay for using their name?
i hate this ad, for unknown reason.
hate big name, to be use in such way.

http://jennywhx.blogspot.com jwhx:Visionary

Vibe's picture
Vibe
Activity Score 230

Big logo or Big head line doesnt matter, infact, that shudnt be a restriction as long as the message is deliver, but in some cases.. it suck!

ivan's picture
ivan

I think you can get away with using the names if they are not written out in full. Imagine yourself in the real life situation. It would bring a smile to my face for sure.

PeteHH's picture
PeteHH
Activity Score 202

Agree with Ivan.

Klaus's picture
Klaus
Activity Score 20

boring. what’s the message?

swat's picture
swat
Activity Score 355

not boring.
the idea is that Intersport is frequently visited by the sport biggies...so much so that they have specially reserved Parking for them.

chimie's picture
chimie
Activity Score 156

So can I park to those places? :-)

Klaus's picture
Klaus
Activity Score 20

Anyway. In my opinion it’s boring. And very artificial. Why should I communicate that the Sport Biggies are clients of this shop? No one would believe it. So this Ad isn’t true and if you ask me, there should be the truth in any Advertising. By the way: Usually reserved Parking Spaces are for the Employees, not for the Customers. So this Ad tells me, that this guys are working there. Does they sell shoes to me? Lol.

Go, get a fresh idea. ;-)

salamandos's picture
salamandos
Activity Score 1947

>No one would believe it.

haha, welcome to the wonderful world of rational advertising.

Klaus's picture
Klaus
Activity Score 20

There are millions of cool and emotional Ads out there which are telling the truth. It's not about "rational advertising", it’s about better advertising.

salamandos's picture
salamandos
Activity Score 1947

your argumentation did not convince me.

ellehcimeo's picture
ellehcimeo
Activity Score 3516

Wait. Are you trying to tell me that the Green Giant exists? Or that there is a Rabbit who goes around trying to eat Trixx cereal? Or a big Tiger who thinks Frosted Flakes are GRRRRREAT! Joy and wonder! Lalalala

Klaus's picture
Klaus
Activity Score 20

you didn’t get it. it’s about the truth in the message, not about the creative idea.

salamandos's picture
salamandos
Activity Score 1947

of course you can buy the brands which are worn by the stars

salamandos's picture
salamandos
Activity Score 1947

Fun idea, simple and nice!
Well done, Michael..

addyhoch10's picture
addyhoch10
Activity Score 2592

especially federer is a not so uncommon name in germany so i don't know if it wasn't mistaken for a common intersport staff parking. i'm always annoyed at these reserved parkings.

works with nowitzki and ballack, maybe they could have thought of another famous german sportsman with a more unique name.
(yeah, i know federer's from switzerland)

bernd79's picture
bernd79
Activity Score 4

@addyhoch10:
hakl schorsch ; )

@salamandos and ellehcimeo:
forget it!

salamandos's picture
salamandos
Activity Score 1947

good point.

addyhoch10's picture
addyhoch10
Activity Score 2592

:)
but
"g. hackl"?
"h. schorsch"?

thought of "f. van almsick", but she's already out of business...

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