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Agentur David&Goliath
Chief Creative Officer Bobby Pearce
Executive Creative Director Gustavo Sarkis
Creative Director Erik Moe, Robert Prins, Courtney Pulver, Robert Casillas
Junior Art Director Katherine Mayhew
Copywriter Nick Micale
Produktionsagentur Epoch Films
Director Phil Morrison
Veröffentlicht Mai 2018

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Agency: David&Goliath, LA
Founder & Chairman: David Angelo
President: Yumi Prentice
Chief Creative Officer: Bobby Pearce
Executive Creative Director: Gustavo Sarkis
Creative Director: Courtney Pulver
Creative Director: Robert Casillas
Director of Broadcast Production: Paul Albanese
Executive Broadcast Producer: Christopher Coleman
Senior Art Producer: Andrea Rosenfeld
Senior Art Producer: Cara Nieto
Planning Director: Andrew Lynch
Associate Director of Project Management: Genie Lara
Senior Project Manager: Donna Alexander
Managing Director: Jeffery Moohr
Account Director: Josh Van Steenbergen
Management Supervisor: Candace Logan
Account Supervisor: Sam Yoon
Assistant Account Executive: Lindsey McVey
Product Information Manager: Mark McNaul
Product Information Manager: Russ Wortman
Director, Business Affairs: Rodney Pizarro
Senior Business Affairs Manager: Natasha Royzina
Business Affairs Manager: Travis Kohler
Creative Director: Robert Prins
Creative Director: Erik Moe
Copywriter: Nick Micale
Jr. Art Director/Designer: Katherine Mayhew
Digital Designer: Meagan Steinkamp
Creative Intern: Peter Watson
Director of Digital Production: Peter Bassett
Sr. Digital Producer: Justine Kleeman
Sr. Print Producer: Elisa Atwood
Digital Account Director: Marco Koenig
Digital Account Supervisor: Rebecca Hanson
Digital Analytics Manager: Shaun Jacobs
Production Company: Epoch Films
Director: Phil Morrison
Director of Photography: Toby Irwin
Executive Producer: Melissa Culligan
Head of Production: Megan Murphree
Producer: Eric Sedorovitz
Editorial Company: Spinach
Editor: Adam Bright
Editor: Heidi Black (courtesy of Whitehouse Post)
Assistant Editor: Gabriel Cullen
Assistant Editor: Taylor Schwartz
Assistant Editor: Eddie Mikasa
Executive Producer: Jonathan Carpio
Producer: Patricia Gushikuma
VFX Company: JAMM
VFX Supervisor/Lead Flame: Mark Holden
Executive Producer: Asher Edwards
Production Coordinator: Justine Pregler
Music Company: Barking Owl
Creative Director: Kelly Bayett
Mix: Juice Studios
Sound Engineer: Scott Burns
Executive Producer: Dawn Redmann
Producer: Vanessa Carey
Published: May 2018
Kia Motors America is taking a straightforward approach to the automotive Summer Sales season with a national integrated marketing campaign that states the obvious reason why consumers should consider Kia. Simply put, because Kia is “America’s Best Value.” In fact, the message is such a “no brainer” that traditional sales techniques – including free donuts, showrooms stuffed floor-to-ceiling with balloons, and in-your-face sales people – are replaced with two children that state the case clearly and simply.
The campaign, created by David&Goliath, was shot on a stark white set representing a Kia dealership. The young sister and brother eschew the gimmicks and stick to the facts highlighting the various reasons why Kia is the better choice, including the brand’s 10-year/100,000-mile warranty.
In seven, 15- and 30-second broadcast spots for the general and Hispanic markets, the sister takes a more brass tacks, dry humor approach, providing the information customers need to make an informed decision. Her brother, on the other hand, comes from the more traditional “showman” school of sales, which adds comic relief and creates a great dynamic that balances the two characters.
“This campaign is about challenging the conventions of retail car advertising and portraying value through the eyes of two very wise kids as spokespeople,” said David Angelo, founder & chairman of D&G. “The kids are more pragmatic, and represent the youthful, challenger spirit of Kia and new kind of consumer. One that is not easily swayed by gimmicks and tricks of the trade. Because when you have a great product, you don’t need all the hoopla to sell it. Value is all you need.”