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The Ladders: Chairs

Advertising Agency: Fallon
Executive Creative Director: Al Kelly
Copywriter: Dean Buckhorn
Art Director: Dean Hanson
Director of Production: Vic Palumbo
Producer: Amanda Revere
Assistant Producer: Matt Polski
Production Company: MJZ
Director: Dante Ariola
Producer: Natalie Hill
Director of Photography: Phillipe Le Sourd
Effects House: Method
Edit House: Rock Paper Scissors
Editor: Kirk Baxter
Director of Account Management: David Sigel
Account Director: Dave Chaffin
Account Manager: Shannon Curley
Group Media Director: Keith Faust
Business Manager: Brendan Lawrence
Project Manager: Lindsey Anderson

11 comments

Ted's picture
Ted
15 pencils

Fun.

Guest's picture
Guest

funny

Guest's picture
Guest

shitty!!

®'s picture
®
132 pencils

hey a**hole, if u didn't like the ad, at least write a decent comment, and back it up with some reasons based on your endless knowledge in advertising and TV production of course...

good job guys...

Guest's picture
Guest

haha, i like this one

Jet Propulsion Lab's picture
Jet Propulsion Lab
10681 pencils

Absolutely love it.
Nice to see my old colleagues still doing solid work.
Still using "The Far Side" approach to the problem solving, I see!
Hey, if it ain't broke...

; )

Guest's picture
Guest

Interesting, I like. "Do not attempt" haha

vuxanovici's picture
vuxanovici
255 pencils

It's not bad, but as Jet Propulsion Lab said: they are still using the same approach. For the viewers, it's a great ad, for me it's already old. It reminds me way too much of EDS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SmgLtg1Izw
Besides, this one is not half as funny as The Cat Herders.

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jeff.emmanuel
149 pencils

nice

Jeff

shamil's picture
shamil
2 pencils

nice, brilliant

Guest's picture
Guest

The Ladders ads may be good but the company is a fraud. They promise only "100K jobs for 100K people" but they do nothing to screen and ensure that this is the case. Even worse, most of their jobs are not exclusives but are simply culled ("hacked") from other PUBLIC job boards, but they charge $30 a month for this "service.

Good ads don't make a good service out of a fraud, and possibly illegal business.

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