The other day we shared a commercial for a local furniture store whose owner bears more than a passing resemblance to Larry David.
I know, LUCKY right?
At the end of the article we asked you to submit your favorite local commercials of dubious quality. After the painstaking process of going though like all eight of them we picked the cream of the crop to share.
The first comes to us from reader Sean Allen who shared this commercial for Little John's, a cash for gold place. Although there's a lot that glitters in this ad the only gold we care about is the amazing rendition of the Superman theme song sung by the commercial's lead character "Super Gold Man".
Wow, Little John isn't exaggerating. He's actually really little.
Our next commercial comes from Shannon Pinkney West, who introduced us to the amazing commercial portfolio of Dodd's Furniture. There were truly a number of classics in the bunch but for our money nothing trumps trying to sell people furniture with a 30-second fart joke. (PRO TIP: Stick around until the end for a real twist finish).
Our final piece of local flavor comes from Darren J. Ley (Psst, Darren. Your name rhymes, son) Sport Durst Automotive Group doesn't just want to sell you a car. They also want to sell you on the care free world of gun violence.