What you may or may not know about me is I work in communications.
I don’t want you to go through what Marco Polo is going through. Not only has he been transported to a completely foreign continent and has had his only set of fine clothes ruined by being dropped into a chlorinated pool, but he is surrounded by nothing but gibberish.
century has somehow been transported to a suburban pool, surrounded by kids playing a game of Marco Polo. And the only exception to the bewildering language are children who shout his own name incessantly, and pay him no mind when he attempts to communicate with them. ” And what happens when those kids’ parents come outside, and find a strange, older man, dressed like someone from the Middle Ages, begging their swimsuit-ed children to acknowledge him?
Many of the most prominent TV ad campaigns, such as the GEICO Gecko, the GEICO Cavemen, the Rhetorical Questions campaign featuring Mike Mc Glone, Maxwell the Pig, and the GEICO Hump Day Camel were developed by The Martin Agency.
Animated advertisements were part of the early GEICO Direct ads as well as the "Dumb Things" campaign.
You know, the show where everyone is either getting shot and bleeding out in a car trunk, or otherwise they’re having sex with the President. And when you watch a show On Demand, chances are you’ll see the same commercial over and over and over again.