'Chevy Runs Deep' Finally Makes Sense

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For the most part, Chevy's tagline "Chevy Runs Deep" wasn't well received. But after you watch this commercial (and the extended version) you'll have a better understanding of and respect for the meaning behind Chevy Runs Deep.

Goodby, Silverstein & Partners created a commercial and long-form video that tells the story of two sons who found the 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS their dad owned for twenty years but had to sell. The sons searched for five years but finally found the car and bought it back for their dad.

It's a heartwarming story. And, yes, this sort of heartwarming story can be applied to any vehicle because no car brand has exclusive right to what a piece of metal means to a person and their life. It's just that Chevy's leveraging that nostalgia and, perhaps, for the first time the Chevy Runs Deep tagline actually makes sense.

by Steve Hall    Nov-17-11   Click to Comment   
Topic: Brands, Commercials, Video   

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