Katy Perry, Coldplay, Goo Goo Dolls, Maroon 5, Pink, Train, Gwen Stefani & No Doubt, Foo Fighters, SEETHER, U2, Lincoln Park, Paramore, Five For Fighting, John Mayer, Smashmouth and more...I am still obsessed with some fun 'ol school bands like Hall & Oates, Michael McDonald, Fleetwood Mac, EW&F, the BeeGees, Journey & Steve Perry SOLO-rules too, The Eagles, Billy Joel, Frank Sinatra and big hair 80's music! Bon Jovi, Poison & Rick Springfield anyone?
Haaaa sorry...I think its HILARIOUS and def got my attention! and look at KMART taking a crazy, controversial risk to get attention...it kinda WORKED! Even though I don't need to 'SHIP MY PANTS'...the offer was funny...in just a week, I guess the commercial/video received close to 13 million views online. The viral hit should give the struggling retailer some much-needed buzz. The commercial highlights the store’s Ship to Home service, which Kmart launched a year ago, offering customers free delivery on any item they can’t find in stores. Andrew Stein, Kmart’s vice president and chief marketing officer, says the company wasn’t trying to make a viral ad. The goal was to just create a funny, compelling commercial that promoted the service. About a month ago, the “Ship My Pants” ad ran in a town hall meeting of Kmart employees. Stein says everyone loved it. “The outpouring of affection, the goodwill and the laughter that we got internally told us we really had something here,” he says. The video had been uploaded to Stein’s personal YouTube page, and the only way to view it was through the specific url, which was getting passed around from employee to employee following the town hall. The next morning, Stein discovered the video had been viewed 2,500 times on his page. Since then, it’s had about 13 million views on YouTube and has already become the 37th most shared ad of all-time, according to Unruly Media, a firm that tracks viral ads...maybe it will help them be cool again...like Target or TARGAAAAY as we say... ;) what do u think...will it work?? Have you EVER had to 'ship pants' anyways? ;)