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Suzuki's AWD 2012 Kizashi sedan.

Suzuki's Super Bowl Ad Is Sled Dog Approved: Video

Suzuki has a bit of a brand awareness problem on its hands. Its Kizashi midsize sedan is, for the most part, competitive with the best of the non-luxury brands on the market today. The trouble is that few buyers know it exists. It’s even available in both front-wheel-drive and... read more

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BMW's promotional motor oil cologne.

BMW Uses 'Motor Oil Cologne' In Marketing To PGA Pros

From the male perspective, buying potpourri makes no sense at all. After all, it consists of leaves, wood shavings, sticks and other bits of detritus most often found in... read more September 16, 2011 by

Chrysler Born of Fire Super Bowl XLV ad

Video: Eminem Stars In Chrysler Super Bowl XLV Ad

While Mercedes-Benz may have featured Sean P. Diddy Combs in its Super Bowl XLV ad, Chrysler has called on fellow hip hop idol Eminem to star in its own ad. The cameo is... read more February 6, 2011 by

Volkswagen Super Bowl XLV Ad

2012 Volkswagen Passat And Beetle To Feature In Super Bowl XLV Ad

Volkswagen announced today it will premiere two 30 second ads during the 2nd and 4th quarters of Super Bowl XLV, which will air on Sunday the 6th of next month. The separate... read more January 26, 2011 by

Bernie Ecclestone's bruised face featured in Hublot ad

Battered Ecclestone Uses Bruised Mug For Hublot Ad

If you haven't heard about Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone's brutal mugging by now, you're probably not all that into F1. But even non-fans can appreciate the ability to... read more December 7, 2010 by

2010 Porsche 911 Turbo

A Boyhood Love For Porsches

The local Porsche dealer had a gleaming brand new Porsche 914 in the showroom back in 1971. My best friend and I rode our bikes to check out the car. It was quite a distance... read more October 21, 2009 by


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