The Red Coats have returned to try an impose a tax on coffees and teas. That doesn't go well. Great way to promote the New England Revolution soccer team and also the charming locals who live in Boston. Have to say, in an age where Americadvertising* is a thing, this one feels the most natural. And historically accurate, too.

*Americadvertising- I just made that up. You're free to use it.

Client: The New England Revolution
Vice President of Marketing: Cathal Conlon
Director of Marketing: Dave Campopiano
Director of Digital Media: Jason Dalrymple

Agency: Arnold Worldwide
Executive Creative Director: James Bray
Creative Directors: Sam Mullins and Justin Galvin
Art Director: Matt McNulty
Copywriter: AJ Warren
Broadcast Producer: Pat Carney
Print Production Manager: Julie Powell
Project Manager: Priscilla Patterson
Business Affairs: Anne Joynt and Taylor Thomas
Managing Partner: Elliott Seaborn
Marketing: Kristin Lane, Christa Spengeman, and Sophie Dietz
Photographer: David Silverman

Production Partners:
Production Company: Mirror Films
Executive Producer: Eric Barrett
Line Producer: Seth Levin
Director: Billy Rainey
Editorial Company: Bug Edit
Editor: Andre Betz
Music: Aircraft and Extreme Music
VFX: Brickyard
VFX Artist: Dave Waller
VFX Executive Producer: Ellen Schmitt
Sound Mix: Soundtrack Boston
Engineer: Mikey Letourneau

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kidsleepy 17 year copywriter, now CD, who has worked in many cities including Pittsburgh, New York, Atlanta, Montreal and currently Los Angeles. I snark because I care. I ain't complainin' I'm just tellin' it like it is.

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