Cricket Wireless: Four for the Holidays

This is a commercial ad of Cricket Wireless. This commercial was released in November 2018 in United States. Under the title of “Cricket Wireless: Four for the Holidays”.

It’s the film that’ll have you on the edge of your phone! See Cricket’s holiday film and get 4 lines of unlimited data for $100/mo.

It was done by Argonaut, San Francisco advertising agency. And, the commercial by Production Company is Psyop and is directed by Marco Spier & Jack Anderson.

The commercial song is Original Music by composer Jacob Plasse (Barking Owl). This song was produced specifically for the commercial and unfortunately, it is not available to purchase or download on any music sites.

Thus, I am not able to get any information about this song. However, if you have any information about this song by any chance, please leave your comment.

Cricket Wireless: Four for the Holidays
Client: Cricket Wireless
Geo: United States
Released: November 2018
Advertising Agency: Argonaut, San Francisco
Chief Creative Officer: Hunter Hindman
Associate Creative Directors: Shravan Hegde, Kamil Kowalczyk
Senior Art Director: Brittany Rivera
Senior Copywriter: Jacque Vavroch
Copywriter: Austin White
Junior Art Director: Mica Dieterich
Junior Copywriter: Shireen Beygui
Group Brand Director: JT Pierce
Brand Managers: Lindsay Igoe, Michael Story
Assistant Brand Managers: Dominique Warfield, Kendall Richardson
Executive Producer: Erin Fox
Executive Broadcast Producer: Dan Watson
Broadcast Producer: Nina Ulbrich
Print Producer: Jess Shay
Executive Digital Producer: Justin Visser
Junior Producers: Ben Waller, Vertel Jackson
Director Production Business Affairs: Linda Casson
Production Company (Live Action): Psyop
Directors: Marco Spier, Jack Anderson
Animation: Little Zoo
Sound Design: Barking Owl
Sound Designer: Morgan Johnson
Mixer: AJ Murillo
Music Company: Barking Owl
Music: Original Music by composer Jacob Plasse (Barking Owl)

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