Nike is banking on its huge collection of impossibly good looking athletes to help sell it’s Nike Tech Pack, which is essentially made up of very comfortable, well-fitting but pricey casual sports gear. And look at that roster! For the Win cataloged every athlete to appear in this ad and the list reads like Nike’s
FOX Sports has quite the job ahead of them moving consumers over to FS1 on Saturdays, but their latest campaign pushing “MLB Saturdays” seems like it is a great start. The campaign has been rolled out over the past month or so and features MLB stars such as Derek Jeter, Mike Trout, and Big Papi.
After eight seasons as the Houston Texans head coach, Gary Kubiak was fired this week following his team’s lost to the Jaguars on Thursday night. In a classy move Gary took out a full page ad in the Houston Chronicle thanking Houston fans, coaches, and players for their support through the years. You can read
Brian Urlacher retired this past week after 13 incredible seasons in the NFL. More incredibly is that Urlacher spent those 13 years with one team, the Chicago Bears. A fan favorite, and icon in the Chicago area, Urlacher made friends everywhere he went in the windy city. Well, Chicago and the Bears franchise finally got
Roberto Mancini is out as the Manchester City manager, and it looks like there are no hard feelings between the former boss and City fans. Mancini’s relationship with management and the City players seemed to be quite the opposite. Mancini took out a full page ad in the Manchester Evening News thanking fans for their
Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd can do no wrong when they are in front of the camera, in my opinion. Samsung, who seemingly has an endless marketing budget, landed the two actors to appear in their Super Bowl commercial. They released a teaser on Thursday and it is pretty hilarious and finally answered my question