Federal Express is respondong to the Red Bull Stratos jump. The guy who jumped from 39 kilometres high at a maximum speed of 1.340 is celebrated in this print ad. Fedex and the speed of Felix Baumgartner.
Fedex has a reputation in the world of advertising for their crazy commercials. With this new advert they are pushing the limit of craziness. Some people will find it entertaining while others will probably think it’s really lame. See for yourself.
These two new spots for FedEx are extremely funny. Guys will always cherish their golf clubs, but these two do it into the extreme. Mailing them with FedEx is safe, but they don’t really believe that.
FedEx Ground is a shipping company which is a subsidiary of the FedEx corporation. The company does not only do urgent shipping and to make people aware of that, they made this funny commercial explaining that they are good in more than one thing.
Remember this ad from last year? 2 German students took it a step further, this time they are comparing FedEx with DHL. Imagine FedEx trucks driving around like this one.
Today we present you another old ad for Fedex, you can say again it’s hilarious. Why don’t they use this strategy anymore, maybe they are focussing more on B2B these days?
This ad dates back from 1981 where John Moschitta plays a fast-talking executive named Jim Spleen. The commercial was made for Federal Express, now known as Fedex. Considered to be the most award-winning commercial in the history of advertising. New York Magazine crowned it “The Most Memorable Advertisement Ever” Advertising Age ranked the ad number 11 among the top-100 advertising campaigns of the 20th century.
Sometimes you have to wait a wait for a website to load. In case of flash websites this is preceded by a loading bar. Fedex makes good use of this by promoting its own service.
This is a combination of the Statue of Liberty in New York and the statue of Cristo Redentor on Morro do Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We’ve seen this concept a couple of times already, but I still like it. But like I said before, and I have to say it again, American Airlines nailed the concept!