Jeff Swartz on the next big thing in media

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Miller Lite’s Man Laws

It is hard for me to do this because I’m a Bud Light guy, but the Miller men of the square table is just too good to not talk about. The Miller Lite Man Law commercials have famous men who are known for being manly such as; Jerome Bettis, former NFL running back and Super Bowl winner, Aron Ralston, a mountaineer who amputated his own arm with a pocketknife after being trapped under a boulder, Triple H, a professional wrestler, ty Murray, a professional bull rider, Actor Burt Reynolds, and others.

The commercials are funny and effective, but the website is a site to see. It has the commercials plus the laws, bios, regional updates, and more. This is for sure a place your have to check out.

Well played Miller Light…well played…

ty_portrait.jpgTy Murray hhh_web.jpg Triple H

burt-reynolds.jpgBurt Reynolds

aron_ralstone.jpgAron Ralston s_bettis_i.jpgJerome Bettis


June 16, 2006 - Posted by | Advertising, Diverse topics, Internet, Media 2.0, Television

1 Comment »

  1. […] Our stud intern, Jeff Swartz is now in the ranks of quoted ad critics- all from the Blog we require our interns to keep. Jeff’s favorite topic is beer ads- and his comments about the “Men of the square table” campaign for Miller Lite got him quoted in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Then there’s blogger Jeff Swartz, a Dayton, Ohio, college student whose age and gender land him squarely in Miller Lite’s targeted demographic. […]

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  2. […]  With a few new faces such as De La Hoya (pro boxer) and Carey Hart (pro motocrosser) the men of the square table are dishing out a new batch of man laws. The new commercials, along with the old ones, can still be found on the Miller Lite Man law website. The site has noticably grown since I first posted about the advertising campaign and is still well worth a look. […]

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