The Rangers have a new ad campaign and they need some feedback from a very valuable source, the fans!
During the next few weeks, fans will see the new Rangers commercials during Spring Training games. The Rangers would like to know which commercial of the four is your favorite. Tell your friends and family to check out the commercials and vote.
'You Could Use Some Baseball' Spots
People are overwhelmed and overworked. They're bombarded with more information, yet less real communication and human interaction than ever. People don't have enough time with friends, family, or loved ones, making time one of our most valuable, diminishing resources. People want more passion, excitement, and genuinely rich experiences out of their activities than ever before. A Rangers baseball game is just such an experience. It creates memories - unlike the situations depicted in these commercials.
Baseball games are about quality family time, connecting with friends, camaraderie, and creating indelible memories. This campaign pokes fun at being out of touch with everything that baseball represents. Through humor, it encourages a heavy dose of forced introspection. The Austin ad agency Door Number 3 produced these spots.
Obsession with cheesy reality shows can't be good for you. Obsession with baseball, on the other hand, makes you a good American. 350k
Meeting of the Moms
When you take the kids to a Rangers game, your quality family time can include conversation not just on walking a guy to set up the double play, but also on all the other things of which you need to keep abreast in your children's lives. This lady clearly hasn't done so in way too long. 350k
We present this spot as a cautionary tale. Guys, make sure you mix in some baseball frequently or this could happen to you. 350k
Dad teaching his son about baseball in the yard is a time-honored American tradition, but not for this guy. 350k
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