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Posted: September 13th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Favorite New Thought, Volkswagen | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Advertising With Sudden IMPACT!

This has to be just about the best advertisement so far this year…

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When was the last time you put on lipstick?

If you answered - IN YOUR CAR - you’re not alone. According to UK insurance company Diamond 20 per cent of women apply makeup in the car.

It might seem harmless, in reality it's possibly be more deadly than chatting or texting on the phone. A recent study by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute found touching up your lippy -  or heaven forbid, applying an entire face - can increase a driver’s crash risk by three times whereas talking on the phone upped the risk by just 1.3 times.

Volkswagen and creative agency DDB Tribal Group teamed up with YouTube beauty star Nikkie of Nikkie Tutorials for a shock-and-awe “Don’t makeup and drive” video that’s already gone viral, the video above is the straight ad, below is the advertisement with commentary :: Read the full article »»»»

Summernats Stays In Canberra

Posted: January 9th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Auto News, Grilled | Tags: , , , , , , | Comments Off on Summernats Stays In Canberra

Summernats Stays In Canberra - ToplessThe nations capital is a dull place for 12 months a year, hit January however and the badlands come to life. Summernats was created by renowned revhead Chic Henry in 1988, the Summernats has taken on a life of its own and become a genuine Aussie icon. That evercool annual street car festival that attracts close to 100,000 visitors to the national capital will remain in Canberra for another year. The Summernats Festival is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, with the event to end this evening. The contract to hold the event at Exhibition Park ends this year, but Chief Minister Katy Gallagher says she will work with organisers to try to keep the event in the ACT for the longer term.

“It is an important event not just for Canberra and promoting Canberra to the rest of the country but for our local economy as well,” she said.

Every year, up to 1500 of the toughest Australian elite street machines descend on Exhibition Park in Canberra. Coming from around Australia and the world, this incredibly diverse tribe gathers to show off their love of the street machine to an enthusiastic crowd. Lets not get too carried away here, this is a well behaved event, not a church picnic, check the videos below. Read the full article »»»»