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Coca-Cola Will Take Over Nascar, Yahoo Sites for Fourth of July Drumming up awareness for ongoing summer campaign

Coca-Cola is putting some digital marketing muscle into its sponsorship of the 56th annual Coke Zero 400 race at Daytona International Speedway this weekend. Coke Zero spokeswoman Danica Patrick will tout…

July 3, 2014, 9:08 AM EDT

Danica Patrick Gets Mega-Buff for GoDaddy's Super Bowl Ad Photographers catch early peek of spokeswoman's muscle suit

GoDaddy may say it has "matured" as a Super Bowl advertiser, but for now it appears to be spokeswoman Danica Patrick who has actually grown.  Sporting a rather lifelike muscle suit,…

December 20, 2013, 8:56 AM EST

The Marlboro Man Still Sells Cigarettes E-cigarettes get tough

It’s one of branding’s eternal truisms that when you find an idea that works, you stick with it. It’s why fatherly CEO Dave Thomas appeared in over 800 TV spots…

April 11, 2013, 12:07 PM EDT

Go Daddy Unveils First of Two Super Bowl Spots, Pushing .CO Domains Deutsch :30 includes Danica cameo

Go Daddy on Friday posted one of its two Super Bowl ads online—a 30-second spot, due to run at the two-minute warning of the fourth quarter, urging people to register…

January 25, 2013, 9:09 AM EST

Supermodel Bar Refaeli to Star in Go Daddy Super Bowl Spot Deutsch ad with Danica Patrick being shot today

Go Daddy has found a new girl for its biggest day of the year. The Internet domain-name marketer, a mainstay on the Super Bowl for eight years running, is bringing in…

January 4, 2013, 11:57 AM EST

Nationwide Tags New Ad With Danica Patrick's Cellphone Number Clever viewer voicemails might get a call back

Nationwide Insurance’s new ad features a call to action you don’t see very often: Danica Patrick’s cellphone number. In the spot, fellow racer Dale Earnhardt Jr. is seen holding up…

July 30, 2012, 8:22 AM EDT

Stinging From SOPA, Go Daddy 'Leaks' First Super Bowl Spot Danica Patrick, Jillian Michaels paint a woman's body

Go Daddy had an awful time around the holidays, with its support for SOPA angering its customers worldwide—and eventually prompting an about-face by the domain company. Now, as if nothing…

January 23, 2012, 3:24 PM EST

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