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CarProof Rocks The Television Scene With Wild New Commercials, Thanks To The Clever Minds At Creative Bube Tube

This year, CarProof® joined together with Creative Bube Tube to create three amazing commercials for their new marketing campaign. The goal was to create a series of commercials that would be both entertaining and informative and turn CarProof into a household name. The imaginative team at the television commercial production company pieced together perfection with incredible actors, wild animals and ridiculous situations to make these unique and inventive commercial spots.

The choice to bring their services to the public eye using the power of television commercials was made by VP of Marketing at CarProof, Joe Varkey. “We’ve been growing steadily over the years but I knew we were ready to take that next step into television. After I spoke to Creative Bube Tube, there was no way I could ignore such an amazing opportunity. After seeing the results from our campaign, I know I made the right choice.” With 3 commercials on the air, CarProof was able to gain the recognition they deserved as the top Canadian vehicle history reporting service. Creative Bube Tube worked in coordination with the company from the start to create each concept, develop a script, organize a production day and camera crew and the result was a series of polished and incredible looking commercials.

The television commercial production company recently finished the third commercial for CarProof, shot locally in Milton where Creative Bube Tube is based. “This was definitely one of the most fun shoots we’ve had. We had a great concept to work with and a fantastic crew. We got to work outside in some great weather and really focus on putting together a great piece for CarProof!” says Creative Bube Tube owner Jenny Munford. The commercial was filmed at a local mans house, Adrian Miller, who had never had a commercial filmed at his house before, “It was a little surreal when these two guys knock on your front door and ask if they can film a TV commercial at your house. I figured ‘why not?’ and now I’ve got another great story under my belt.”

Via EPR Network
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