Startup Aspiration adopts Apple Super Bowl Ad from 1984
The Super Bowl is such a big event that it makes sense to try to attach your PR efforts to it even if you are not a Super Bowl advertiser. We already covered the awesome Newcastle Brown Ale Super Bowl campaign and now a startup called Aspiration tries their hands on getting some Super Bowl driven exposure.
Aspiration released a version of the Apple Super Bowl 1984 ad that replaces the drones with Wall Street guys and Big Brother is representing the Big Banks. Aspiration is supposed to democratize the world of investing in the way that Apple set out to democratize the world of computing.
You can watch the Aspiration ad below. The startup has not launched yet. We are still waiting to get confirmation if there will be a new Apple Super Bowl 2014 Ad to mark the 30th anniversary of the 1984 ad that introduced the Apple Macintosh.
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