Post Profile






Drake And Will Ferrell’s NBA Shake, Twitter’s GOAT: The Top 5 Ads Of The Week

Gatorade’s secret to success, Pedigree’s revolutionary dog, and Jordan Brand’s animated tribute to zero. Athletes. There’s a lot of them in this week’s list. Starting with perhaps what’s become the most crucial skill in pro sports social media—the creative handshake. A simple high five is no longer sufficient. NBA broadcaster TNT knows this, so to promote the league’s inaugural awards show it recruited two of the most skilled handshakers in the business.
read more

share

Related Posts


Watch: Gatorade’s New “Lightning Bolt” Ad

Basketball / NBA : The Hoop Doctors

The number of Athletes that represent Gatorade is too long to list. And it’s not just a list of any athletes, of course. Naturally, it’s only the best of the best. Elite athletes. Gatorade released their newest ad today celebrating ...

Michael Jordan, Peyton Manning & More Star in Gatorade’s “The Secret to Victory” Commercial

Fashion / Men's Fashion : Selectism

Sports-themed beverage and food products company Gatorade releases a new ad titled “The Secret to Victory,” where legendary and current star athletes ranging from Michael Jordan, Peyton Manning, Matt Ryan to Serena Williams and more...

Gatorade Under Fire For New Michael Jordan Commercial (Video)

Sports : Total Pro Sports

On June 11, 1997, Michael Jordan turned in one of the greatest and most memorable athletic performances the history of modern pro sports. I am talking, of course, about Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, more commonly referred to as “th...

Michael Jordan, Serena Williams, And The Manning Brothers Reveal The Secret To Success

Business & Finance : Fast Company

In this new Gatorade ad, we find out they key to becoming a winner is actually losing. WHAT: A new Gatorade starring Michael Jordan, Serena Williams, the Manning brothers, Matt Ryan, JJ Watt, Kyle Schwarber and Karl Anthony Towns, a...

Jordan Brand Celebrates Russell Westbrook’s NBA MVP With Some Unconventional Math

Business & Finance : Fast Company

Add up all the points, triple doubles, and other stats, and the answer is zero. Sort of. WHAT: A new animated ad to celebrate Russell Westbrook’s NBA MVP award, which made the Oklahoma City Thunder star the first Jordan Brand athlet...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC