Budweiser: Beer cooler

Advertising Agency: DDB Chicago, USA
SVP, Group Creative Director: Barry Burdiak
VP, CD: John Hayes
VP, CD/AD: Steve Bougdanos
VP, CD/CW: Patrick Knoll
Producer: Dan Bryant
Prod Company: Crossroads
Director: Mark Pellington
EP(s): Camille Taylor, Carole Hughes
Producer: Norman Reiss
Editorial: Spot Welders
Editor: Dick Gordon
Producer: Tommy Murov
Telecine: Company 3
Colorist: Stefan Sonnenfeld
EP: Missy Papageorge
Aired: August 2008

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askon's picture
433 pencils

Are these ads a practical joke or am i missing something?

-- 9 out of 10 dentists agree that most people will believe any statistic you throw at them.

teenquey's picture
290 pencils

the catch of this TVC was when the guy said,
"you know, they ought to pay you"

the man in white shirt tilt and said, "just here to help"

if you notice, this guy with white shirt has a 'Budweiser' logo on his chest. It is intentionally there to poke fun to the audience, that he is the Budweiser man (sales promoter, etc).

Got that? ;)

omareduardo777's picture
27 pencils

r u serious? was he trying to convince him about buying buds???? holy crap, i just didnt get it, thanx for ur complete explanation. (d'oh)

omareduardo777's picture
27 pencils

just in case, it was a sarcastic comment.

teenquey's picture
290 pencils


pixelbomb1's picture
2555 pencils

i saw this ad here in the States. first. liquor stores are not that dark inside. drunks guys will trip. second it's not that empty on the floor. wasted space.

Arnold Santillan

halfstring's picture
288 pencils

That's when I would have pulled out a Full Sail.

BulbheaD's picture
254 pencils

these guys need to drink some real beer

The madman thinks he is sane. I know I am mad. -- Pablo Picasso

corporal_hicks's picture
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simon.gross's picture
541 pencils

This is wallpaper advertising at its most colourless. Invisible, bland, trite. There is no consumer insight here, just corporate brand spin. There is no idea worth a damn. These ads just don't connect. They don't matter. They are a lesson in what not to do.

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