Oscar Mayer Releases Off-Roading Weiner Rovers Out Into the World

Remote-Controlled Vehicles Can Take Dogs to New Places

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Oscar Mayer's Wienermobile is no longer bound by America's highways and byways. The hot dog brand today debuted a small but powerful version of the iconic vehicle called the "Wiener Rover" that is designed to go offroading. Because who doesn't want a hot dog delivered to them somewhere in the wilderness?

The remote-controlled Rover measures 23 inches tall and 43 inches long, compared with the 27-feet length for the regular Wienermobile. The vehicle was created by 360i, which also made the video above.

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Date
Jul 23, 2015
Chief Creative Officer:
Pierre Lipton
Client:
Oscar Mayer
Group Creative Director:
Aaron Mosher
Group Creative Director:
David Yankelewitz
Senior Copywriter:
Alex Augustinos
Senior Art Director:
Declan Byrnes-Enoch
Copywriter:
Avi Azouz
Art Director:
Bjorn Kusa
3D Modeler:
Jesse Jankewicz
Vp, Innovation Technology:
Layne Harris
Executive Producer:
Patrick Soria
Producer:
Ruben Emmanuel
Rover Engineering and Build:
FlixFx
Rover Driver:
Dionis Hernandez
Content Producer:
Michelle Price
Production Company:
North of New York
Director(s):
Tucker Bliss
Executive Producer:
Harrison Nalevansky
Post Producer:
John Ericson
Editor:
Josh Milowe
Song:
Turbo Tracks Music
Account Director:
Meredith Smyth
Associate Account Manager:
Neha Vaidya
Senior Strategist:
Leslie Turley
Sr. Director Integrated Marketing/Advertising:
Tom Bick
Brand Manager:
Collette Lee
Brand Manager:
Corey Rudd
PR Agency:
Olson Engage
Media Agency:
Starcom

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