Hog Wild was a hilarious movie trailer. Sprint mobile was forgettable.
The Old Man Coke ad was also pretty good, but not the best. Tostitos black pride ad was a halp effect play, but obvious, and it calls out an issue that shouldn’t be an issue. This should have happened a long time ago.
Geoff Livingston has worked as a public relations strategist in the Washington, D.C. region for more than 16 years. Dubbed a “local blogging guru” by the Washington Post, Geoff’s award-winning book on new media “Now is Gone” was released in 2007. The book has been cited by the Wall Street Journal as a valuable resource for social media. He sold his social media boutique Livingston Communications to CRT/tanaka in April of 2009. Some of his experiences include United Way of America, Save Darfur, the Goodwill of Greater Washington, Environmental Defense Fund, ChildFund International, the Campus Kitchens Project, the Philanthropy 2.0 Project, Network Solutions, Sully Erna (Godsmack lead singer), and many others.