Geico: Silence Your Cell Phone -- Lobby

Cinema Spots Feature Camel and Gecko Telling You to Silence Your Cell Phone

Published on Oct 02, 2013

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Horizon Media and the Martin Agency have launched a new partnership between GEICO, NCM and Screenvision that uses characters from the insurer's spots to tell you to silence your cell phone in the cinema. The first spot uses the Camel from the uber-popular "Hump Day" spot (which was also parodied by Dirk Nowitzki) being a total annoyance in the theater before the movie starts. Of course, he isn't as annoying as "Mike," who appears chatting away on his cell phone.

The second is a remake of the classic "Let's All Go to the Lobby" jingle that promoted concession stands back in the 1950s. Except this time, the Geico gecko is there to stop them from yakking away on their phones.

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Oct 02, 2013
The Martin Agency
Media Agency:
Horizon Media
Chief Creative Officer:
Joe Alexander
SVP/Group Creative Director:
Steve Bassett
EVP/Creative Director:
Wade Alger
Senior Art Director:
Adam Stockton
Senior Copywriter:
Justin Bajan
VP/Agency Executive Broadcast Producer:
Molly Souter
Agency Producer:
Emily Taylor
Production Company:
Framestore - NY
David Hulin
Head of Production:
Jonathan Shipman
Executive Producer:
James Razzall
Senior Producer:
Graham Dunglinson
Junior Producer:
Antonio Teixeira
Paul Middlemiss
VFX Supervisor:
Seth Gollub
Editorial Company:
Trish Fuller
Assistant Editor:
Matt Schaff
Editorial Executive Producer:
Lauren Hertzberg
Editorial Producer:
Alejandra Alarcon
Company 3
Tom Poole
Original "Lobby" Animation/Trailer:
Filmack Studios
Beacon Street Studios
Animation and VFX:
Framestore - NY
VFX Creative Director/Supervisor:
David Hulin
VFX Producer:
Antonio Teixeira
Audio Mix:
Sound Lounge NY
Rob Sayers
Executive Producer:
Vicky Ferraro
Audio Recording Studio:
Rainmaker Studios
Sound Engineer:
Jeff McManus

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