Durango sales have reportedly increased by 59 percent since the ads began running, and web traffic has jumped 80 percent.
“The Crazy Ones” – starring Farmington Hills native James Wolk, alongside Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar – premieres TONIGHT at 9 on CBS 62. See what people are saying about this hot new comedy…and trio of talented actors!
The automaker says its Chevrolet brand is returning to next year’s Super Bowl because the game falls in the middle of several new model introductions.
Ads launch July 4th in Texas, then go nationwide during All Star Game festivities.
The Kool-Aid Man, known for busting through walls and his “Oh yeah!” tagline, will now take on the personality of a celebrity trying to show he’s just a normal guy.
Though it’s not clear what’s behind the change, Joel Ewanick has made several ad-related changes during his two-year tenure at GM.
First, they pull their advertising from Facebook, now the Super Bowl.
Opening day is less than a week away, and now the Detroit Tigers are teaming up with Pure Michigan.
Four private sector partners — Ann Arbor, Mackinac Island, The Henry Ford and Traverse City — are contributing a combined $2 million toward the national advertising campaign.
You’ve heard of a walking billboard — those guys wearing giant menu signs in front of businesses — but one Downriver man has created the latest innovation: The riding billboard.