Brotein Shake-Drinking, Broritto-Eating Bros Get You Pumped for Geico

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Like many of us resolving to get fit for the new year, Geico and The Martin Agency have hit the gym with this funny new ad featuring a pair of bros pumping iron as they discuss the merits of Geico insurance.

In a spot directed by Harold Einstein of Dummy, the camera toggles back and forth between the two as they alternate bicep curls while exchanging funny bro-talk. Throughout, the one who happens to have Geico undergoes an insane transformation, no doubt extra-pumped by all the benefits he reaps from the provider.

Viewers can get more lessons in the duo's "brocabulary" on Geico's YouTube channel.

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Jan 04, 2016
The Martin Agency
Chief Creative Officer:
Joe Alexander
Group Creative Director:
Steve Bassett
Group Creative Director:
Wade Alger
Creative Director:
Neel Williams
Associate Creative Director:
Justin Harris
Executive Producer:
Brett Alexander
Broadcast Producer:
Brian Camp
Junior Broadcast Producer:
Coleman Sweeney
Group Account Director:
Brad Higdon
Account Supervisor:
Josh Lybarger
Account Executive:
Allison Hensley
Account Coordinator:
Allie Waller
Business Affairs Supervisor:
Suzanne Wieringo
Financial Account Supervisor:
Monica Cox
Senior Production Business Manager:
Amy Trenz
Senior Project Manager:
Jason Ray
Project Manager:
Stephanie Burdette
Production Company:
Harold Einstein
Director of Photography:
Ramsey Nickell
Executive Producer:
Eric Liney
Production Designer:
Patrick Lumb
Editorial Company:
Dave Anderson
Assistant Editor:
Andrew Balasia
Managing Partner/EP:
Sila Soyer
Gavin Carroll
Editorial Company:
Running with Scissors
Dave Anderson
Assistant Editor:
Drew Neuhart
The Mill
Greg Reese
The Mill
Colin Blaney
2D Lead:
Keith Sullivan
2D Lead:
Jeff Butler
Audio Post Company:
Rainmaker Studios
Jeff McManus

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