One ringy dingy: Jersey shop telemarkets prospective clients

If you’re a marketing veep, you may have spent the last couple of weeks being harangued by pre-recorded voicemails from Hammerhead Advertising. The ads, recorded as skits with the help of an improv actor, depict various agency execs trying to break through a client’s impenetrable fortress, battling overzealous security guards and smarmy receptionists, one of whom accuses the caller of selling him “laxative chocolates” the previous day.

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