David MacNeil is so grateful to the University of Wisconsin-Madison's veterinary school for saving Scout, his adorable dog's life that he decided to thank them in the biggest way possible — with a Super Bowl ad worth millions of dollars!
Advertisements have been proven to make a difference. To influence, to create and to send a message. Well, that's what WWF's ads do. WWF (The World Wildlife Fund) is the leading organization in wildlife conservation and endangered species. They stand up for animals because animals cannot. They show the world the effects of humans have and try to preserve wildlife. But how can they when so many do not listen? Well, there is another way... through ads. The WWF creates incredible and unbelievable ads that send a message loud and clear. If you don't believe us... just take a look for yourself!
While not the holiday tradition in America, in England, the British department store John Lewis crushes it with the Christmas commercials. You’re probably thinking, is this better than the Hess Truck commercials? Yes. Or maybe you’re thinking, what’s a Hess truck commercial, because that might be a regional reference. Anyway, this is a Hess truck.
That’s not how this was supposed to go. John Lewis, right.
This year’s John Lewis ad continues the store’s legacy for delivering holiday cheer at discount prices. The price today? Free. For no money at all, you can watch this commercial that features a bunch of really cute animals bouncing on a trampoline.
In these despondent times of confusion and uncertainty, isn’t that we’re all looking for, a couple of computer-generated animals bouncing on a trampoline? There's a really cute boxer pup named Buster. Buster.
The Citizens Advertising Takeover Service (CATS) just replaced all of the adverts in a London tube station with pictures of cats. Why? "Wouldn't it be great not to worry about the holiday we can't afford, the car we don't need, or the body we don't have? Imagine a world where public spaces made you feel pawsitive." That's why!