This will be the last Breaking Bad post ever, we promise—loved the show but even we’re sick of hearing about it at this point. Still, it’s worth taking a minute to review some of last night’s promo efforts.
The most deliberate response comes courtesy of Clorox:
— Clorox (@Clorox) September 30, 2013
Never one to be outdone, 360i went subtle but cheesy with this Oreo promo:
Maybe your best course tonight would be to dunk lightly. #finale
— Oreo Cookie (@Oreo) September 30, 2013
Miller Lite recreated a scene from the show that felt like a freebie:
— Miller Lite (@MillerLite) September 30, 2013
Moog Music got obscure, which is always good:
— Moog Music Inc. (@moogmusicinc) September 30, 2013
…as did the Pro Football Hall of Fame:
Warby Parker’s the only brand getting any real attention for this design:
And finally, it would have been nice to attend the screening at the Museum of the Moving Image:
The lineup rates a definite “meh”: most brands stayed away and the ones that weighed in made a bit of a mediocre showing. Did we miss any keepers?
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- Edge of Tomorrow: Live. Die. Rebrand.