Marketing FAIL: Why On Earth Does GM Think This Song And Dance Routine Might Sell Some Volts?

By David Ponce

If you’re not a fan of eye rape, then please do yourself a favor and do not watch the above video. Remember, it cannot be unwatched.

Much as I’m as fan of the Chevy Volt and what it can potentially represent, I’d like to have a word with whoever thought the above number was a good idea.

There’s your bailout dollars hard at work.

VIA [ Crunchgear ]

11 thoughts on “Marketing FAIL: Why On Earth Does GM Think This Song And Dance Routine Might Sell Some Volts?”

  1. Sometimes I watch commercials and wonder who at a company picks the advertising and how they keep their job. I guess as long as you claim to be an ad executive companies will just eat whatever you tell them and pay you for the privilege. I should be in advertising, I couldn't do any worse.

    Example: Geico has a long string of very successful ads over about 5 years and then they come out with the eyes on the stack of money. Did they just accept that because the ad company was so successful in the past? Was the junior exec afraid to tell the boss how bad it sucked?

  2. HAHAhahahha oh man thank you david i've been up all night cramming for an exam and this is just what i needed. you gotta feel a little bad for the dancers too, they're just doing their jobs right?

  3. HAHAhahahha oh man thank you david i've been up all night cramming for an exam and this is just what i needed. you gotta feel a little bad for the dancers too, they're just doing their jobs right?

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