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Chrysler Eminem Super Bowl Commercial - Imported From Detroit Video Black Car Pictures and Review

Friday, September 16, 2011



Chrysler Eminem Super Bowl Commercial - Imported From Detroit Video Black Car Pictures and Review.

Brand new Chrysler imported from Detriot. Eminem Commercial.
What impact can an ad really have? Can it actually make a city feel better about itself? The answer this morning seems to be yes, thanks to Chrysler and Wieden + Kennedy.
The relationship between America’s car companies and the city that originally made them has been awkward for years. The city of Detroit housed and raised the factory workers of Chrysler, GM, and Ford’s (as some in the city still call it, as if it were still a little family business). But the car companies discouraged diversification of the city’s economy, and city residents will tell you that the Big Three pretty much just stood by as the unemployment rate soared, the school system went sour, violence reached epidemic proportions, and city government became a piggy bank for the friends and family of city officials.
But a Super Bowl ad from the company that
is now 25%-owned by foreigners has the whole city buzzing today. Chrysler, which is run by Fiat chief Sergio Marchionne, delivered a rousing two-minute spot last night that summed up the hopes of everyone who believes the city can come back strong. The ad made the front page of today’s Detroit Free Press, with the headline “Motor City Pride." On Facebook, Detroiters across the country are raving about the spot, reflecting the affection they still feel for the city they left. “We all cried,” wrote Shelby Meade, a publicist who grew up and attended school in the area but now lives in L.A. “Mom reminded us that Grandpa Walker did advertising for Chrysler.”



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