Television Commercials with vanity telephone numbers
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Asked by: michael1970-ga
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02 Dec 2005 16:14 PST
Expires: 01 Jan 2006 16:14 PST
Question ID: 600718
I need to find television commercials with a vanity number in them. An example is the 1888 CANT WORK commercial. Visit http://www.promedialabs.com/video.html We are based in Australia and our company leases vanity phone numbers such as 1800 PLUMBER and 1800 VACATION. Our site is (www.dialaword.com.au). Vanity phonewords are new to Australia and we want to show our customers some examples of US companies using vanity phonewords. Obviously we haven't got the resources to record TV Commercials in the US, as we're based in Australia. Hopefully, you can help me.
Re: Television Commercials with vanity telephone numbers
Answered By: pafalafa-ga on 14 Dec 2005 17:34 PST
Michael, Well, we took the plunge and registered and subscribed to the ad-rag site that we linked to earlier. It does, in fact, have quite a number of 1-800 ads (some mainstream, and some a bit off-color), and the ads can be played directly on your PC after you subscribe to the site. A thirty-day subscription is only 2 euros, so it's quite a worthwhile investment, particularly for your needs. Again, head to: http://ad-rag.com and go through their clever, if somewhat cumbersome, registration process. After registering, enter into the search box [ 800 flowers ] to bring up a 30-second spot for 1-800 Flowers, which is probably the most well-known 800 number in the US. Other searches, such as [ 800 att ] will bring up AT&T ads, and you can also try [ 800 collect ]. A general search on [ 1-800 ] will bring up a ton of ads, but like I said, not all of them as tasteful as they might be. I trust this is what you needed. Best of luck with your venture in Australia. Cheers, pafalafa-ga and son
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