Ads@6: 28 September — 4 October

  • Ads @ 6
  • October 19, 2010
  • StopPress Team
Ads@6: 28 September — 4 October

Of note in this collection of commercial messages, the Groove Armada track is changed in the Fresh n Fruity 'wrecking balls' ad; Goldstein's final fling hits the screens; Marmite celebrates its 100th birthday; Burger King takes a comical approach to comparative advertising by using shock tactics; Len Brown takes the political TV ad title over John Banks' very rushed effort; OPSM gets busy with a new global campaign; and is the old chap in the Colour Steel ad actually a puppet?

Tuesday 28 September

TV1

Youtube Video


  1. National Bank

  2. Resene

  3. OPSM

  4. Farmers

  5. Tower

  6. Kings Plant Barn

  7. Snapshot

  8. Regal Smoked Salmon


TV3

Youtube Video


  1. ASB

  2. Burger King

  3. Flora

  4. Cadbury

  5. Burger King

  6. Anchor


Wednesday 29 September

TV1

Youtube Video


  1. ASB

  2. St John

  3. Dell

  4. Tefal

  5. Lotto

  6. Lancaster Bomber Magazine

  7. Specsavers

  8. Watties


TV3

Youtube Video


  1. Flora

  2. Hellers

  3. Treating Doctors Well

  4. Burger King

  5. Slingshot

  6. Whittaker's

  7. Lending Room

  8. Phil Collins - Going Back


Thursday 30 September

TV1

Youtube Video


  1. Bunnings

  2. Fresh n Fruity

  3. Bunnings

  4. Just Juice with veges

  5. Kiwibank

  6. Stella best of

  7. Marmite

  8. Tefal

  9. Subway

  10. Spotlight

  11. United Travel

  12. Bunnings


TV3

Youtube Video


  1. ASB

  2. Subway

  3. Harvey Norman

  4. Life Pharmacy

  5. GE Money

  6. Treasures

  7. Berocca


Friday 1 October

TV1

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  1. Southern Cross

  2. Sleepyhead

  3. Essential Collections - Warehouse

  4. Tower

  5. T&T

  6. Warehouse Stationery

  7. ANZ

  8. Bullet Freight

  9. The Good Guys

  10. Len Brown for Mayor

  11. Storage King


TV3

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  1. Harvey Norman

  2. BNZ

  3. Pizza Hut

  4. Berocca

  5. Instant Kiwi

  6. Sanitarium

  7. Warehouse Stationery


Saturday 2 October

TV1

Youtube Video


  1. RWC2011

  2. CarpetOne

  3. Twinings

  4. Palmers

  5. Vodafone

  6. Loreal

  7. Resene

  8. Santana Guitar Heaven

  9. Mercedes Benz


TV3

Youtube Video


  1. KFC

  2. PlaceMakers

  3. Vaseline

  4. Sultana Bran Buds

  5. Sky

  6. Farmers

  7. Bonus Bonds

  8. Placemakers

  9. Newmarket

  10. Phil Collins—Going Back


Sunday 3 October

TV1

Youtube Video


  1. Lotto

  2. Stellar best of

  3. Healtheries

  4. Auckland Glass


TV3

Youtube Video


  1. BNZ

  2. Mazda

  3. RadioLive

  4. Vodafone

  5. BOC gas and gear

  6. Fintel

  7. Lynx Dry

  8. 2degrees


Monday 4 October

TV1

Youtube Video


  1. Lotto

  2. AA Insurance

  3. Peugeot

  4. Mainland

  5. Gaviscon

  6. Len Brown for Mayor

  7. Bethlehem Country Club

  8. John Banks for Mayor


TV3

Youtube Video


  1. Civil Defence Get Thru

  2. Kinder Surprise

  3. Fintel

  4. Flora

  5. Tic Tac

  6. Mag and Turbo

  7. Colour Steel

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