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There are many brands, which are major to the soccer world and are used by the athletes that we see, whether it is on television, posters, or in person. There is one brand in particular which uses a clever way to pull the consumer.
Adidas was used for a variety of sports such as football, basketball, swimming, and running. But, the sport that advertises Adidas the most is soccer. This new cleat was advertised in a commercial online and television as well.
The commercial begins in a city where everything seems dark and cramps in but at the same time productive with how everyone is living his or her daily lives. The commercial setting takes place in a small town in Argentina where people are parading the street heading towards their destination.
After that scene concludes it comes to a short scene with Zidane, French soccer player whose glory will be remember by many. The scene after represents the beginning of a new era.
It begins with a bunch of boys playing soccer in a local street. Then Zidane is the truck driver who drove the car into the streetlight and once that happened spark arose from the truck and the light as well creating blue sparks which represent the blue fire within the new cleats.
The next scene appears to be in a soccer arena where Zidane is standing from the stands looking down as Messi dribble through players wearing the new F50i TUNIT. The claim of this advertisement is profoundly based on the fact that the new cleats made by Adidas F50i TUNIT were to be the cleat that everyone would want.
This can also be seen as an advertisement to promote new cleats to every one of all ages. By doing that they supported their claim by using famous athletes to help promote their business. Players such as Lionel Messi, an up and coming Argentinean athlete, who at the age of twenty two has accomplished more in his career that many have tried to do in their own careers.
They also use Zinedine Zidane, a French soccer player, can be seen as a world soccer icon and major endorsement for Adidas. Adidas chose Zidane because he was seen as a role model athlete for the game of soccer.
The support that supports the claim is what the cleat can bring to the market. When it came towards the end of the comparisons between the F Also a major difference was in which F The cleat was talked to be better than the touch of the Nike Total 90 cleats because the newer F Now, the F50i TUNIT, where our advertisement has been trying to sell, was to be the new sensation in the soccer world.
The warrant for this advertisement would be, that in reality these cleats are just like any other cleats. Why would I state this? Well because there are so many varieties of soccer brands, which make cleats.
Each cleat has its own attribute, which makes it more valuable than the one before it, but in reality soccer cleats are just soccer cleats.
The advertisement is basically a commercial looking to attract the consumer to buy a new pair of cleat using famous soccer athletes to do so. This entry was posted on January 28, at 6: You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.
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