No RX Flexeril

February 13, 2012 — 0

No RX Flexeril, UPDATE: Thanks to Chiptole for reaching out this morning after they read this post.  Turns out, McDonalds divested its share of Chipotle years ago, so Chipotle is not a "Golden Arches" company anymore.  Which might explain...

The most important thing about last night's Chipotle commercial PSA wasn't even the spot itself.   It was something worth more than all the media McDonald's Chipotle bought.  And it didn't even happen on TV. 

Johnny Kelly’s CG-animated ad for Chipotle

First, in case you missed it, here's last night's spot, created by animator Johnny Kelly, featuring Willie Nelson covering Cold Play's "Back to the Start."  It's Chiptole's first ever national campaign:

Yes, the spot's really, really good.  

Yes, it premiered during the Grammy's, reaching many millions of viewers who'd never seen the brand on TV before. 

Yes, positive interest in the brand spiked 1750% in the first minute after it launched.

Yes, Flexeril uk, Flexeril paypal, sales of the original Cold Play song shot up on iTunes, immediately, 20mg Flexeril. 150mg Flexeril, Yes, Willie Nelson made some cash and can now buy some weed Chipotle for himself, Flexeril usa. 1000mg Flexeril, Yes, tweets like this are all over the twittersphere:


@kristainchicago Krista

Social media at work, 40mg Flexeril. Flexeril ebay, I had to rewind the dvr to watch the chipotle commercial. Because of twitter, 250mg Flexeril. 100mg Flexeril, And then I downloaded willie nelson.

But what really mattered most happened next.  Chipotle's own employees took to social media to reinforce the campaign's credibility:


voltaman33 (17 minutes ago)

I work at Chipotle and they do go back to the start. No hormones, Flexeril canada, Flexeril us, RGBH, and most is organic, Flexeril australia. 30mg Flexeril, Truely a great movement: Food with Integrity.

When the very people who handle and prepare your food -- not the marketing tools who engineer image -- take to the interwebs to share their pride in the company's message reality, Chipotle wins. 

When a McDonald's company launches a local farming, 50mg Flexeril, 10mg Flexeril, sustainable living campaign and it doesn't blow up in its corporate face, Chiptole wins.   That, Flexeril japan, Flexeril craiglist, yo, is something media dollars can't buy. 

I never thought I'd say this, 500mg Flexeril, Flexeril coupon, but Chipotle wins.  



. Flexeril india. 200mg Flexeril. Flexeril mexico. 750mg Flexeril. Flexeril overseas.

Similar posts: No RX Diclofenac. Where Can I Buy Clonidine. Where Can I Buy Hgh. Augmentin uk. 20mg Allopurinol. Toprol canada.
Trackbacks from: No RX Flexeril. No RX Flexeril. No RX Flexeril. Flexeril australia. 150mg Flexeril. 20mg Flexeril.


A Thin Line: MTV’s Campaign Against Digital Abuse With Facebook, MySpace, Anti-Defamation League And More

December 4, 2009 — 1

Our new, multi-year pro-social campaign, A THIN LINE, launched today, in partnership with Facebook, MySpace, The Family Violence Prevention Fund, the Anti-Defamation League and more. Our goal is to empower youth to stop the spread of digital abuse in the form of "sexting," cyberbullying and digital dating abuse. A new study conducted by MTV and Associated Press uncovered these staggering figures: - 50% of 14-24 Year Olds Have Experienced Digital Abuse - 3 in 10 Have Sent or Received Nude ‘Sext’ Messages - 61% who have “sexted” report being pressured to do so at least once - 29% have shared naked images of themselves with someone they only knew online - Targets of digital abuse are almost 3x as likely to contemplate suicide - Targets of digital abuse are 3x more likely to consider dropping out of school - Only 1 in 4 believe that their digital actions could have legal consequences Watch these powerful new PSA's we're premiering today... My friend and colleague, Jason Rzepka, said today: "They're dealing with a reality that no generation before them has ever encountered -- being connected 24/7, all week long, across myriad digital platforms. It's part of being a young person from now on. There's no roadmap. And so far, a true code of ethics hasn't emerged. We're going to partner with young people to be a resource, connect them to help when they need it, open up a conversation, and hopefully help figure it out. We want every member of our audience to be empowered to draw their own line." My boss, MTV General Manager Stephen Friedman, said it well: "Our audience lives online, and while every generation deals with their own set of abuse issues, the digital sphere exponentially increases opportunities for misuse. There is a very thin line between private and public, this moment and forever, love and abuse, and words and wounds. A Thin Line is built to empower our audience to draw their own line between digital use and digital abuse." Please join me in supporting this critical new effort.


ESPN Develops Toshiba’s New Ad Campaign

November 3, 2009 — 1


FROM AD AGE TODAY... Cabler Acts as Ad Shop to Create Spots That Show How Sports Fans Can Use Marketer's TVs, Laptops by Brian Steinberg NEW YORK ( -- Weaving advertising into a flagship ESPN property such as "SportsCenter" is old hat; what isn't so common is a media outlet helping to design advertising that ties products and services being sold to the very specific ways in which its viewers might use them. To help sell Toshiba TV sets and laptops, ESPN worked with the Japanese company to create advertising that illustrates specifically how ESPN fans could use those products. The ESPN-centric campaign represents "one of our efforts to reach sports fans while they are watching their favorite team in the living room or if they are on a laptop trying to check fantasy scores," said Eddie Temistokle, manager-corporate communications, Toshiba America. "We really want to engage the whole fan base." But to do so, a greater number of marketers have discovered, it helps to have the media outlet that brings viewers to the screen -- whether it be TV, computer or mobile -- helping to craft the message. Indeed, while Toshiba in the past has relied more on ads that are somewhat serious in tone, working with ESPN resulted in commercials that take a humorous approach, mostly because the audience seeing the pitches reacts well to that sort of execution. "This is a very different approach for Toshiba," said Maria Repole, associate VP-corporate communications at Toshiba America Consumer Products, who noted that many ads from technology marketers focus on "techs and specs." Instead, she added, "by adding humor, we really felt the ads could also resonate with ESPN enthusiasts." As part of the package, Toshiba will sponsor a weekly segment, starting Nov. 16, on ESPN's "SportsCenter" that asks fans to vote on an "innovative" sports play of the week, and it will steer them to and to do so. Toshiba will continue the promotion through December 2010, ESPN executives said. The sports channel helped create four different video ads, as well as digital elements to run on the websites. Custom ads The latest wrinkle in TV advertising is tailoring the commercials to the time and place in which they are seen, rather than spraying the ads all over the place and letting one commercial hit dozens of different categories of consumers. Media outlets have in recent months ramped up their efforts to create more specific reasons to advertise, instead of simply firing the same commercial in bazooka-like fashion at mass audiences. NBC Universal has developed ad programs for marketers seeking to target the environmentally-sensitive, female and the health-conscious. Likewise, ESPN came up with a narrowly focused "Football Friday" program for Wendy's earlier this year that placed the burger chain's ads across TV and digital venues and linked its message to weekend sports. As part of the effort, ESPN created a logo for Wendy's as well as a co-branded 30-second spot. These types of deals aren't easy to construct. ESPN spent about eight months brainstorming and talking with Toshiba executives, said Lynne Kraselsky, senior VP-sales and sponsorships, ESPN International. What happens, said Sean Hanrahan, senior VP-marketing solutions, ESPN, is that the media outlet develops a creative brief jointly with the advertiser. Both have input into the work as it is developed, including storyboards and the like. "We have a roster of agency production houses that we use. We gave the assignment to one," he explained. Having the ability to help a client devise relevant ads and promotions "provides a competitive advantage" for media concerns, he added. Building such capabilities can also help bring in more ad dollars. Toshiba has not been a big advertiser with ESPN in recent years, according to TNS Media Intelligence. After spending approximately $989,300 across ESPN in 2007, Toshiba does not appear to have been an ESPN client in 2008 or through August of 2009.


Indebted Campaign

May 18, 2009 — 0

Our promos team made this great spot for our "Indebted" campaign. The project is a partnership with the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, aimed at arming young people with a better understanding of the fiscal crisis, how to protect themselves, and how to hold their elected representatives accountable for responsible spending. We've been working with Pete Peterson, Dave Walker and the amazing Elizabeth Wilner (who just left to run ServiceNation). The team at mtvU is doing an incredible job on this campaign, from programming, online, on-ground events on college campuses, music (thank you, Asher Roth), research, press... Really proud of this.