We may be a few days from the end of the year, but for Redbox, there is no slowdown.
The live video rental service, famous for its bright red stalls outside your small shop, has dropped its first national television ever in its 16-year history. To create the site, Redbox worked with partner partners, Fusion92, and production company, Hungry Man Productions.
In the ad, a man named Yaki appears off his forepaws, which means he has toes. One of the traits inherited from his grandmother, Yaki's feet make him a very productive individual. It can double things more than other humans, like cutting multiple vegetables at once or watching video while playing video games, thanks to renting it to Redbox.
"Sometimes people put high expectations for me because they expect me to get weak done," Yaki says instantly. "Sometimes, I just need a break. That's why I love Redbox. With my feet, I can exchange anywhere on demand. Using my hands, I can rent new versions of the movies for $ 1.75 a night and rent video games for $ 3 in the kiosk. "
The comic site will show the first show in 30 and 60 seconds through the Redbox Bowl on New Year's Eve.
"More than just delivering business results, we expect Prehensile Feet to capture our audience in the same way as a great movie," said Asham, chief marketing officer and chief customer manager at Red Box. Always amusing. "
"We wanted to feel like we were small parts of a documentary, like a trailer or a scene taken from a movie," added Fred Ehle, Vp Marketing. "You can feel that there are more shots there, and that's part of a bigger story."
This site may be the first national TV commercial for Redbox, but it is not the only one. The company also drops a second point on New Year's Eve, called "Night Night," which aims to showcase a variety of Redbox offerings, including Redbox on demand, the digital broadcast service that the company dropped last year.