Sean Mullen, Kentville enjoying his new Jeep Sahara with a few friends. Glad you like the new ride Sean! And welcome back!
A beautiful wood-paneled Chrysler Town & Country
Wow! An old woody!
Noticed this beautiful old Jeep truck on a road trip to the South Shore recently. Looking for more info, year, model? Can anyone help me out?
What can you say?
Dodge Challenger Hellcat
And more horses under the hood than any Chrysler product ever made.
Houston, we have liftoff!
Nice skid plate. Nice truck.
First Gen Lineup!
Oh, how things have changed!
I chose to do the 2013 Dodge Durango commercials that included Will Ferrell dressed like Ron Burgundy as my form of branded entertainment. When the Dodge Durango was released, it wasn’t a must buy in most consumers eyes, but by adding the name of Ron Burgundy it ended up changing things for Dodge. Surprisingly, this form of branded entertainment worked so well that it raised Durango’s sales by almost 40% this past year, and generated more than 21 million views. This relates to the article by Cynthia B. Meyers because she talks about branded entertainment as one way advertisers are responding to viewing trends. In this case, using famous actors or athletes in commercials is becoming a more popular tool for advertisement.
The Ron Burgundy success story at Dodge.
Car #shopping and really loving the new #dodge #Durango! Anyone have any feedback on this vehicle?
Great styling, amazing ride and all kind of room for kids.
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