Jeep: Portraits

This is a commercial ad of Jeep. This commercial was released in February 2016 in United States. Under the title of “Jeep: Portraitsr”.

We don’t make Jeep. You do. Our story is your story. In celebration of our 75 years, we salute the faces and the vehicles that embody the spirit of the Jeep brand. Share your story with us using #MyJeepStory.

It was done by iris, New York advertising agency. And the commercial by Production Company is The Cutting Room.

Lyrics:
I’ve seen things no man should bear.
And those that every man should dare.
From the beaches of Normandy to the far reaches of the Earth.
In my life I have lived millions of lives.
I’ve outrun robots and danced with dinosaurs.
I’ve faced the faces of fear and fortitude and witnessed beauty in the making.
I’ve kept the community of kings and queens,
but I’m not royalty or saint.
I’ve travelled, trekked, wandered, and roamed,
only to find myself right where I belong.

We don’t make Jeep. you do.
75 years
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The commercial song is “Aerial” by Kristin Dyrud. For those of you who like this song “Aerial”, you can download it from Amazon or iTunes.

Jeep: Portraits (Super Bowl 2016)
Client: Jeep
Advertising Agency: iris, New York
Production Company: The Cutting Room
Global Creative Director: Sean Reynolds
Executive Creative Director: Lisa Bright
Art Director: Marcus Liwag
Senior Account Executive: Allison Benoit
Head of Planning: Dipti Bramhandkar
Copywriter: Winston Noel
Actors: Amelia Earhart, Aretha Franklin, B.B. King, Jeff Goldblum, Marilyn Monroe, Steve McQueen
Music: Aerial by Kristin Dyrud

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