If you put all of my favorite things into one of those lottery machines and gave it a few spins, what are the odds that these four things would fall out?
The answer would be zero, but that’s already the name of this campaign.
These two will star in the next “Moment Zero” feature for Coke Zero. The first brought us Kevin Wheeler, and Ebs’ distractingly perfect and probably autobiographical performance as a guy whose mom drives him to games [link].
What do you think this one is about?
Here’s a Vine from TSN in which Stamkos tries to trade Cabbibe his Ebs action figure for what looks like a bag of Ring Dings. I love ya, Jordan, but a bag of Ring Dings is a really good offer.
Back to the shoot, which took place on August 8. How I managed not to see this for 11 days… the internet is full of marvels, people. FULL.
Steven’s Clark Kent hair.
The idea of hockey players in national ad campaigns, during which people actually recognize them, makes me want to throw this keyboard out the window and walk to Canada. It’s only 655km, according to Google Maps, which converts all measurements involving Canada to kilometers because it mistakenly assumes only Canadians wants to know the distance. I want to know! I don’t understand you! (Calm and converted – it’s 407 miles.)
The only way this ad could be better is if it were for Mexicola and Intern Jeff Skinner guest-starred. Then he brought us those Ring Dings.Tags: Adverts, cabbie, Edmonton Oilers, Jordan Eberle, steven stamkos, tampa bay lightning