Wrapbook’s commercial clients have done it again.
Refill that cup of coffee and sit down to enjoy both your fresh brew and our newest batch of client commercials.
Whether you want to get away, get more business, or just get through your day, these exceptional spots will get you closer to each. Showcasing both the skill of our clients and the importance of what they highlight in each commercial, they’re ads not to be missed!
For Duluth Trading Company
During any given day, a woman might laugh, cry, lounge, test herself, and more. And there’s certainly not enough time in the day to change what you’re wearing for all those moments.
Together they created a beautiful spot for Duluth Trading Company that underscores how its versatile NoGA performance wear can support the women who wear it during “Whatever Day.”
There’s a wealth of knowledge in you from which others want to learn… And Squarespace can help you do just that.
SixTwentySix made a remarkable spot called “Courses” that demonstrates how to take that knowledge to the people.
Through the Squarespace platform, users can create classes complete with videos, lessons, and chapters so that others can learn and benefit from their years of experience and expertise.
With this spot, SixTwentySix is already helping people to widen their professional reach and success.
For Visit Fort Worth
Last on this month’s list is a fabulous spot called “The Unexpected City” narrated by none other than the iconic James Stewart.
Together with the soothing warble of Mr. Stewart, Smartypants, Nelson et al. created a commercial that demonstrates how a creative vision can move and awe viewers.
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