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Belt buckle

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July 2008
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Print advertisment created by Company B, United States for The Iron Horse Hotel, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.

Road Warriors Welcome

Advertising Agency: Company B, Milwaukee, USA
Creative Directors: Andrei Slobtsov
Art Director: Andrei Slobtsov
Copywriter: Brigette Breitenbach
Photographer: Pat Goetzinger

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3dogmama's picture
3dogmama
Activity Score 4

Great concept, poor execution. So much more could have been done with "The Buckle" ad.
Were there any other support collateral developed? Direct mail, tv, etc.? Just be interesting to know...

ttfn
3dog

drunk dave's picture
drunk dave
Activity Score 1066

Aaargh. What a bunch of crap.

krautland's picture
krautland
Activity Score 3216

a warrior would carry a sword. or a hk mp5. or ride on a horse through your lobby.
but no, that would be too scary for your half-ass "look, we are not as stuffy as you think" campaign.

federo's picture
federo
Activity Score 781

you linear idiot! warrior shoul carry a sword? which part of advertising didn´t you understand?

federo's picture
federo
Activity Score 781

you linear idiot! warrior shoul carry a sword? which part of advertising didn´t you understand?

EscolaElisava's picture
EscolaElisava
Activity Score 106

hey, easy tiger.

sloppy4's picture
sloppy4
Activity Score 1494

the hotel is based on a great premise. the advertising is sadly not. a blown opportunity.
it's completely gutless.

AD1014's picture
AD1014
Activity Score 307

fucking horrible campaign.

Crisp One's picture
Crisp One
Activity Score 2005

THANK YOU!

I wish more people would
come out and say that if
its bad. Instead of being
professional bush beaters.

metaphorical bush....not...you know....

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
Activity Score 3890

Straight up bull-shit.

This is super lame.

"stay low, move fast"

Doin' it for the points

3dogmama's picture
3dogmama
Activity Score 4

Great concept, poor execution. So much more could have been done with "The Buckle" ad.
Were there any other support collateral developed? Direct mail, tv, etc.? Just be interesting to know...

ttfn
3dog

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