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Spirit of the Olympics: Advertising


Spirit of the Olympics: Advertising

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How Google Remembers Top 2012 Olympians

God Save the Queen advertisement for Mini's

GlaxoSmithKline has amazing creative artistry for this ad

Kellogg's advertisement for the Olympics

Ad of the Day: Kellogg's

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Political Advertising always plays a role in the Olympics, but Mitt Romney directly links his roll in the 2002 Olympics to his 2012 campaign

Channel 4 Paralympics - Meet the Superhumans advertisement in the UK. Very inspirational

British Airways did a great job with this one

EDF Energy Presents Energy of the Nation

Congrats to the Women's Gymnastics Team

Transportation advertising by the London Underground for Diving

Bradesco use the Olympics as a finance analogy

Olympic Facebook Fun Factoids INFOGRAPHIC

Socialympics and the Twitter Games Infographic

London 2012 Olympics infographic: UK and US mobile usage trends.

Kids 2012 | P LONDON 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES

A good logo is always nice

Olympic Games logo set - Logoblink.com

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Even better..."Call Me Maybe" Phelps Lochte Music Parody - Invade London. Not really and advertisement but it will do

The Queen is very excited about our Olympics inboard. Just look at her excitement

Olympics graphic about Copyright

Omega. a sponsor of the Olympic games, place a giant count down timer in Trafalgar Square as a marketing technique and a way to build anticipation for the games

cool graphics

POWERADE ION4 OLYMPICS Commercial Canada. Quality

As the athletic gear sponsor of the Olympic Games, Adidas is expected to sell $156,000,000 worth of 2012 merchandise. Talk about good brand association

For years, Adidas has been the Olympic sponsor and Nike has released ads that subtly jump echo Olympic sentiments

Presenting Nike's Olympics Ad That's Not an Olympics Ad

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Although illegal to falsely state sponsorship of the Olympics, many companies still reference the games in their ads.

The Advertising Olympics

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