Hey, Dollar Shave Club, what's the big idea? In the brand's latest kooky commercials, razors grow to fantastic proportions. They're roughly the size of compact cars—and sold, appropriately enough, in automobile dealership settings.
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Poo-Pourri has created an online film division called Number 2 Productions, which will be led by Suzy Batiz, founder, executive producer and CEO. The new division's main goal is to follow in the footsteps of companies like Red Bull and Dollar Shave Club—companies that have turned their brands into digital-content-creating machines.
Attention, men. If your body wash makes you feel like a muscle-bound rage monster, or a cologne-oozing nightclub sleaze, Dollar Shave Club wants you to consider a simpler option.
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For its holiday campaign this year, Dollar Shave Club takes an approach that recalls adam&eveDDB's Harvey Nichols work, rolling out amusing portraits of people who actually wouldn't be too happy to get a gift subscription to the mail-order shaving-products service.