This “We’re funny & have good ideas for brands” boutique has a brand-consumer entertainment strategy to engage consumers
I know what we do: we entertain consumers. That’s it. And I say we’re a creative comedy boutique. Because you can come here and shop for custom-made comedy. To entertain your consumers.
Mr. Challenger Brand explains his idea: a consortium of complementary brands sponsoring a ten-city tour that includes a running web series chronicling the comedians’ adventures on the road as they travel from town to town. “Cross-promotion,” he calls it. “Splitting-the-cost-promotion,” I quip, being cute. “It’s a great idea,” I offer, after the silence.
Compare & Contrast:
– Anti Monkey Butt: Prevents chafing
– Donald Trump: May cause chafing
Eddie and I need to go full trans, and fast. Soon, as with Cuba and the Americans, the comedy landscape will be overrun with transcomics and we will have missed the boat to the promised land.
Part sitcom, part talk show, “The Tiny Sirko Show” could be described as a testament to self-expression through psychosis. Everyone is nuts. It’s the mad leading the insane.
Part of me wishes I could say this film sprung from my twisted mind. The other part is relieved it did not. My twisted buddy Andrew Laurich directed this film, from a script he co-wrote with the twisted Gabriel Miller.
One door closes, another opens. When I watched Mad Men in its original run, I had become disillusioned by the ad biz.
I’m not one to rock the boat. It’s been months, and I’ve never even done a Cosby joke. Any comedian can do five minutes on Cosby (and, apparently, Bill Cosby thinks he can do five minutes on just about anybody).
I didn’t turn 30 until after my Millennials were spawned, and as a result, I’m one of them. I grew up with them.
We worked through our hangovers by touring Valley Forge and the Amish town of Lancaster – where better to find a DBD (Designated Buggy Driver)?