ReadySpots is excited to offer this new series of television spots for the auto body repair industry. They're fresh, unique and will get your audience talking. These commercials are designed to be customized with voice-over and graphics for your collision center.
There are 33 different spots in the series and sold as a package of 3, with a bonus holiday spot. Get an even better deal if you buy the entire series! Your business is guaranteed market exclusivity for the duration of your license.
The deer on the wall concept centers on the fact that the deer cannot go anywhere. Just like if you wrecked your car or truck and had to wait to get it back because you did not take it to the right collision repair place. Utilizing a mounted deer head, the audience can instantly identify with it. By making the deer talk, it allows humor to grab the viewer's attention. The fact that the deer is virtually expressionless (and the environment never changes) adds to the visual humor. Each spot has a distinct consistency - opening with the deer talking about random things. In most cases, what he says has nothing to do with collision repair. A graphic page that includes your company logo (with eye-catching motion graphics) and a voice- over announcer concludes it each time.
For fast, reliable collision repair, trust the experts at [Name of collision center...] And get back out there!
The tagline, “Get Back Out There” assures the consumer that your collision center will repair their vehicle, right the first time, so they can get on with life and not be “left hanging” – so to speak.
These spots were originally created for Collision Center of Andover (as you'll see in the previews). They wanted something different to grab the audience's attention and set themselves apart from their competitors. They were thinking something along the lines of an animated deer. But the creative brains at ReadySpots had something else in mind. Hey, they wanted something different, right?Here's what they had to say -
You wouldn't believe the response I'm getting from these ads. It's incredible. I have increased my TV advertising budget to triple what I have been doing and it's really paying off.
This 30-second spot sets up the series. It introduces us to the concept and explains how Buck ends up where he ends up. It also gives the audience and good connection between Buck and the collision center.
This 30-second spot runs third in the series. Buck is giving us a little more insight. What else does he have to do? Right? He puts to rest that age-old question we ask about bears in the woods.
This 30-second spot runs around the first of the year. Buck talks about easy and obvious resolutions for the new year that are conducive to his current situation.
This 30-second spot runs during basketball season. After being in front of a television for so long, Buck is discovering new things.
This 30-second spot runs during the bad weather months when experiencing storms, hail, high winds,etc. Buck finds a little satisfaction in humans' misery.
If you plan on doing any runs during golf (or even if you don't) this 30-second spot will get people talking. Buck is just a little confused about the game...
Football season is here and naturally, Buck has an opinion about football players. He's obviously missing his old life quite a bit.
Since Buck is placed right across from the TV in the family room, he gets to watch quite a bit of it. There's just one big problem, however (okay, maybe two).
You know when deer season comes along, Buck has something to say about it. And this time, in this 30-second spot, we have to agree with him.
Little did we know, there's another critter in the room - this one, not so mild-mannered.
Buck offers up some tips for hunting season. But these tips aren't for the hunters...
If you think you're going to get deer to cross in this spot, you're crazy!
Buck is enjoying this old safety film about looking out for deer in the roads.
A new character is introduced and Buck is dying to talk to someone. But this is not what he had in mind. To be used in March for basketball.
Buck is starting to get really annoyed with his new roommate. It's a little edgy, but certainly gets people's attention.
Buck is a little confused about social media. Our only question is, how did get to a computer?
Buck is mezmerized by what he thinks is the greatest commercial ever. Yeah, he doesn't get out much.
Another great reference to golf as only Buck knows how to do it. Great lesson here, folks.
Buck weighs in on the NFL players' national anthem kneeling debate. Everybody's entitled to their own opinion. Right? Well, not everybody...
Buck dreams of playing football and all the fame it would have brought him.
Buck demonstrates that life is all about how you look at things.
Watching basketball all the time makes Buck really want to get involved.
Buck has a solution for his boredom with the suggestion of becoming a school mascot.
Buck finally takes a break for a short promotion for the collision center. This is perfect for sales, specials or services.
Buck gets a little nervous because of the bad weather he's seeing on TV. He tries a little trick he knows won't work...
As we move into fall, Buck has a few thoughts about the pumpkin spice craze this time of year.
When the lights go out, Buck shows he's not such a tough deer, after all.
We sure can't get enough football. And for Buck, it's therapeutic.
Buck thinks he has a special night planned, but he forgot one important detail.
With all the political ads on TV, Buck thought it would be a good idea to through his hat in the ring.