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Drum Solo vs Guitar Solo Debate Settled

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ICE BREAK and The Monkeys close case with a drag race

Drum Solo vs Guitar Solo Debate Settled

 

Everyone knows that ICE BREAK adds a motor to your day. So when ICE BREAK decided to settle the age-old rock ‘n’ roll debate of guitar solo vs. drum solo, they did it the obvious way - with a drag race.
 
Following on from the recent motorised billboard drag race that launched their national outdoor campaign, ICE BREAK has customised two classic Australian muscle cars. Representing a Guitar Soloo, (a 1973 VJ E44 Valiant Charger 318 V8) and a Drum Solo, (a 1970 XY Ford GT Replica 351 V8) a race down the quarter mile at Sydney’s Eastern Creek Dragway was born.
 
View the drag race below:
 
 
View a teaser below:
 
 
The ICE BREAK Facebook fans were involved every step of the way helping to decide on the original theme, as well as all the key features and customisations of the two cars.
 
Another two classic Australian muscle cars, also customised in-line with the new debate of Kung Fu vs. Sci-fi, will race soon after in an epic battle of cult movie themes.
 
ICE BREAK drinkers are able to win any of the four muscle cars simply by purchasing a bottle from the ICE BREAK range which includes ICE BREAK, ICE BREAK Extra Shot and ICE BREAK No Added Sugar in ICE BREAK’s ‘Win A Muscle Car’ promotion.
Micah Walker, Creative Partner, The Monkeys says: "We’ve had quite a bit of fun with this, and the fact that it’s been going so well with entries and sales is a testament to all involved. Big thanks to Matt Devine the folks at Paramalat, and in particular Mat Abet and the team for tirelessly keeping up with all the enthusiastic fans."
 
Credits
 
Agency: The Monkeys
Executive Creative Director: Justin Drape/Scott Nowell 
Creative Director/Partner: Micah Walker
Digital Creative Director: Jay Gelardi
Art Director: Jed DePyper
Copywriter: Carlos Savage
Producer: Jade Wannell
Client Services Director: Dan Beaumont 
Content Director: Gini Sinclair
Senior Content Manager: Kate Behne 
Director: The Glue Society – Matt Devine 
Executive Producer: Michael Ritchie 
Production Company: Will O’Rourke
Head of Projects: Josh Mullens 
Producer: Adrian Shapiro
DOP: Stephan Duscio

 

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The Monkeys, Tue, 13 Nov 2012 11:32:24 GMT