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January 2009

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Editorial Company: ditch.

Film advertisement created by Colle+McVoy, United States for Minnesota State Lottery, within the category: Gaming.

Advertising Agency: Colle+McVoy, Minneapolis, USA
Creative Director: Dave Keepper
Copywriter: Brian Ritchie
Art Director: Dustin Black
Head of Broadcast: Ramon Nuñez
Producer: Jack Steinmann
Assistant Producer: Kelly Kytola
Production Company: Tool of North America
Director: Tom Routson
Director of Photography: Dan Mindel
Executive Producers: Jennifer Siegel Brian Latt
Line Producer: Jeff Tanner
Editor: Brody Howard
Editorial Producer: JP McIntosh
Post Production Company: Pixel Farm
Post Executive Producer: Bill Kruse
EFX / Online Artist and Editor: Pete Olson
Titles Treatment / Design: Danny Robashkin, MAKE LLC
Music and Mix: Tommy Barbarella, Rumble
Colorist: Oscar Oboza, Pixel Farm
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Wordnerd's picture

hey, this is a scratch lottery ticket! what would you have come up with?? i think the idea is great

Wordnerd
Activity Score 6692
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monicamexico's picture

Too long, payoff not worth it.

monicamexico
Activity Score 830
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Many names on list for create ad. Many peoples spoil soup time. Liking tiny. needing more something for to be better.

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"It takes more than death to kill me"

Brilliant!

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rogerroger's picture

kill me

rogerroger
Activity Score 80
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fucking horrible. stick to print mpls.

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Wordnerd's picture

hey, this is a scratch lottery ticket! what would you have come up with?? i think the idea is great

Wordnerd
Activity Score 6692
Copywriter
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Absolutely love all of them. Brilliant actors, silly concept = great fun.

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amateurish nonsense. not even remotely funny. F minus

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Totally racist. Why is the woman white and blond and both of the nerdy clerks white? Why is the woman not hispanic or Asian? Why isn't one of the clerks a 'dork of color'? What is with this template of 'black superman' and 'hapless white dorks' in every other ad on TV? I hope these clients aren't paying for 'creative' services.

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