Wild Pitches

The show’s most memorable misses:

“No Be Zambie”

WDCW created a campaign based around “lifeless, brainless breakfast zombies” for Subway. The sandwich chain didn’t bite.

“Trash Can”

The Ad Store came up with this phrase to headline Waste Management’s rebranding efforts. The garbage giant turned up its nose.

“Life Goes Pop”

BooneOakley thought up a Popchips campaign where people would run on a bubble-wrapped track. The pitch fizzled.

“America’s On Time Heroes”

The Hive came up with this slogan for Clockwork Home Services, a plumbing, heating, and air conditioning firm. Clockwork punched them out.

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