Briggs Auto Applauds New Chrysler Advertising Campaign
New ads pick up where popular Super Bowl ads left off
MANHATTAN, Kan., March 30, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- For the past several years, Chrysler has gained critical acclaim for its Super Bowl ads. Now, the company is picking up where it left off with a series of ads that continue the story and inspire the public. Briggs Auto, the premier dealer for new cars in Kansas, is applauding Chrysler for the new series of advertising, as it exemplifies what the lineup of Chrysler cars in Kansas – and their owners – are all about.
Chrysler is putting out four separate ads, one for each the 2012 Chrysler 300, Dodge Challenger, Jeep Wrangler and Ram trucks. According to Chrysler, each ad was inspired by a story that the company had heard from someone around the country. The realization adds heavily to the human element and speaks highly of the type of people that choose Chrysler products.
Debuting during the NCAA Final Four and national championship games, the advertising spots are sure to grab the attention of the American public much like the famous Eminem and Clint Eastwood Chrysler spots did before them. Of course, the ads also carry the popular "Made in Detroit" theme that was popularized on the original commercials as well.
Briggs Auto carries a full selection of new and used cars in Kansas, including the full lineup of Chrysler cars. The dealership can be contacted at 785-565-5521 or online at http://www.briggsauto.com.
Media Contact: Eric Giroux Briggs Auto, 785-565-5521, email@example.com
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