December 13, 2009

Are you ready for a barrage of holiday ads?

There seem to be better campaigns out this year – and more of them. So I’m going to spend the next few days posting the ones that have caught my eye.

(I especially appreciate an ad that gives Chanukkah a nod.)

One nice thing about converting to Judaism is that I no longer have to worry about the commercialization of Christmas. So I can post all the “holiday” ads I want without fearing for the moral decline of American society.

Not that I’ve ever understood the whole War On Christmas movement. I’m pretty sure Christmas gets enough attention this time of year. And how does acknowledging someone else’s belief diminish yours?

But no matter what you think, there’s one group that deserves everyone’s respect – the creatives that have to come up with a fresh take on the holidays each year.


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