Another UPS Whiteboard commercial. Aired on April 4, 2009. See "What brown can do for you".
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This was another project for my Motion for Typography class. Instructions were to make a commercial for a company. Some we could choose from were Habitat for Humanity, UPS, and FedEx. I chose UPS and getting the idea was relatively easy because it did not require too much research. I got to use one of the school's sound booths to record my voice and that was something I've never done before. I chose the color brown for obvious reasons and the white and yellow set a good contrast throughout the piece. There are some things that can be improved on, but it is most likely I won't be touching this project for a while. I created it using only Adobe After Effects CS3. Credit goes to my friend Dane who composed the song.
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Suckers! You will now have this song stuck in your head for the next two weeks! Anyhow, there are certain universal truths. One of those truths is that you can't go wrong if you put chimps in your commercial, no matter what the product is. You can see hundreds of vintage commercials and classic cartoons streaming free 24/7 at www.acmestreaming.com
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Pudding Roll Ups. What more can be said. One more reason why the 80's were EPIC! Not to mention Seth Green is in this commercial! This video is not my property, it is property of General Mills. The purpose of this post is for educational reasons. www.generalmills.com
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This was the time I auditioned for the UPS whiteboard spokesperson job. Didn't exactly work out. For more unfortunate LA adventures, check out Effing Los Angeles on BrettKonner.com.
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UPS Store: "Hey, we do a lot more than shipping"
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"Special thanks go out to our sponsors including but not limited to Papa Johns,Miracles,The UPS store,and more! Also...a special shout out to the National Breast Cancer foundation,The Ashe foundation,The Gem Project,Friends,The Designers,the MODELS Well wishers. We worked hard on this,so I hope you like it! Raymond,big up yourself! Here we goooooooooooo"
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New TV commercial for UPS Store from cardboard series "Hey, we do a lot more than shipping" - UPS Store
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first, sorry to the glitch for the second song and thanks for all the patience from you guys =) i hope this one will be as successful as cycle 11's •Americas Next Top Model (ANTM) Cycle 12 Compilation Portfolio Judges Tyra Banks, Miss J Alexander, Nigel Barker, Paulina Porizkova Executive producer(s) - Tyra Banks Ken Mok Daniel Soiseth Original run - March 4, 2009 May 13, 2009 •International Destination - Sao Paulo Brazil EPISODE TITLES 1.1What Happens in Vegas 1.2Fun & Games 1.3Do You Light the Way I Look? 1.4New Yorks Finest 1.5Put your Best Face forward 1.6 Heres Your Test 1.7Acting Like a Model 1.8Cycle 12 rewind 1.9Take Me to The Photo Shoot 1.10 The Amazing Model Race 1.11 Lets Go See The City 1.12 Take me to the Jungle 1.13 Americas Next Top Model is. PARTICIPATING MODELS • Kelly "Isabella" Falk, 19, Barboursville, Virginia •Jessica Santiago, 18, Caguas, Puerto Rico •Nijah Harris, 18, Rancho Cucamonga, California •Kortnie Coles, 24, Houston, Texas •Sandra Nyanchoka, 19, Rockville, Maryland •Tahlia Brookins, 18, Phoenix, Arizona •Lauren "London" Levi-Nance, 18, Arlington, Texas •Natalie Pack, 19, Palos Verdes, California •Felicia "Fo" Porter, 19, Albuquerque, New Mexico •Celia Ammerman, 25, Cynthiana, Kentucky •Aminat Ayinde, 21, Union, New Jersey •Allison Harvard, 20, New Orleans, Louisiana •Teyona Anderson, 20, Woodstown, New Jersey PHOTOSHOOT GUIDE • Episode 1 photo shoot: Goddess Profile / Types of Goddesses (Casting) •Episode 2 photo shoot: Childhood Games •Episode 3 photo shoot: Group Shots using Lights •Episode 4 photo shoot: NYC Sightseeing •Episode 5 photo shoot: Ellis Island Immigrants •Episode 6 photo shoot: Beauty Shots Evoking Different Colors •Episode 7 commercial: CoverGirl Trublend Micro Minerals Foundation Commmercial •Episode 9 photo shoot: Crazed Ciara Fans •Episode 10 photo shoot: Embodying Carmen Miranda •Episode 11 photo shoot: Swimsuits •Episode 12 photo shoot: Exotic Birds •Episode 13 photo shoot and commercial: CoverGirl Outlast Lipstain / Seventeen Magazine Cover MAKEOVERS •Allison: Long blonde weave •Aminat: Long, Naomi Campbell weave •Celia: Cut short,Kate Bosworth style , dyed platinum blonde. •Fo: Cut short , Boy cut. •Jessica: Cut, volumized, and red highlights added, given waves . •Kortnie: Dyed red, and curled . •London: Cut short and dyed blonde, given side swiped bangs. •Natalie: Added weave tracks and given darker color . •Nijah: Long Exagerated Weave. •Sandra: Buzzed off and dyed Platinum blonde. •Tahlia: Blonde weave , given 70's flip. •Teyona: Slicked back wavy weave ; later, Beverly Peele inspired weave ANTM Cycle 12 compilation portfolio close up photos pictures america's next top model tyra banks winner tributes commercial spoiler Covergirl episode 8MissBitch8 j5s2s095 jmoblipias i got a feeling black eyed peas davis archuleta zero gravity katy perry waking up in vegas teyona anderson allison harvard aminat ayinde celia ammerman natalie pack fo porter london nijah kortnie jessica isabella sandra tahlia
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Matt Marshall, VentureBeat http://www.venturebeat.com Any mention of products or services by video personalities does not imply any partnership or other commercial relationship between United Parcel Service, Inc. ("UPS") and the mentioned product manufacturers or service providers nor should it imply the endorsement, approval or recommendation of the products or services of UPS by those parties.
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Here's a commercial for the girls toys Dolly Pops Dress-Ups by Knickerbocker. This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, April 12th 1982. Visit The Museum of Classic Chicago Television at http://www.FuzzyMemories.TV for more fun!
Who does The Chopper think he is, anyway? The Fonz? By the way, eating things like raw carrots hurts my jaw and gives me a headache.
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http://www.TopMLMTradeSecrets.com Visa commercial I shot in France.. and Yes, we were really on the wall.. I rock climb and we rappelled over edge down to the porta-ledge and then shot the commercial there.. even the close ups were done on the wall. Oh, I'm the scruffy guy with no hat on the left! Hope you like it :) Mark
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Why does a company that brings in so much money need a bailout from Congress? http://www.brownbailout.com UPS lobbyists have buried a short 230-word legislative bailout deep inside the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2009 currently before Congress. It's worth billions to "Big Brown" at the expense of today's American economy that thrives on next-day commerce, competitive shipping options and ready access to markets around the world. Read more here: http://www.brownbailout.com/buried-bailout/ What's in a bailout? The bailout bottom-line is this: What's the difference between a 100-year-old trucking company and a modern airline that flies packages around the world every night? Answer: everything. Yes, both carry parcels and packages, but how they do it is obviously and vastly different. UPS' bailout would shoehorn FedEx Express -- an airline created in 1971 focused on next-day delivery of essential goods and documents around the world -- into the same operating rules as a 100-year-old trucking company. FedEx Express and other airlines operate just fine under airline regulations, but UPS doesn't like competition. Keep in mind, UPS chose to form as a separate trucking company for its pickup and delivery operations. So "Big Brown" is throwing around its political weight and seeking a bailout from Congress, so that it can saddle its only remaining U.S. competitor with the effects of its own decisions. And at the end of the day, all of us who rely on overnight-deliveries -- medicines, paychecks, critical replacement parts, essential inventory, and the like -- pay the cost.
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