No, that’s not me. It’s my big brother. He’s taller. I’m older.
I write script in glass and metal.
He writes scripts on his computer for documentaries.
Decades ago, we took different forks in the road.
He travels them in fancy new and old Corvettes, and old Chevies.
I travel them in a ’93 Chevy Suburban. But we still have a lot in common.
We both worked in radio as kids.
We both worked in tv as adults.
He still does. I still do sometime.
We both have stuff on YouTube.
We both have a boy and a girl.
We both have the best wives on the planet who love, support, and participate in what we do.
He, his kids, and I all touted our mutual affinity for Chevrolets in a CHEVY RUNS DEEP commercial submitted for the Super Bowl competition General Motors put out there for anyone wanting to sing praises for Chevrolet.
Michael and his production staff did a splendid job in stitching several spots together and I thought you might like to see the result….and the great press the pieces are getting.
But don’t look for us during the Super Bowl.
We’re thinking the commercial judges should have visited the instant replay area before winners were announced.
Enjoy the commercials that didn’t make the final cut.
Wow! I am VERY impressed. If those were not selected I would like to see which ones were because cant imagine any better.
Great viewing! Had no idea Michael was responsible for the Quest ads! Thanks for sharing the news and too bad they did not make it into the Super Bowl ads.