Head & Shoulders #HeadstrongAds | Super Bowl LIII Teaser

Headstrong doesn’t make one Super Bowl commercial. It makes three. And it doesn’t make them for itself. It makes them for the most headstrong business people it can find.

Meet Jennifer, Michael and Pastor Nancy, three of the most headstrong business people in America. They’ve overcome doubt, fear and skepticism to start successful local businesses and Head & Shoulders wants to give them the confidence to keep on keeping on. So, to help them stay headstrong, we made them Super Bowl commercials.

 

SMASH THERAPY

Jennifer Morales opened Smash Therapy in North Spring, Texas. It’s a place where people smash things to let out their feelings. Sound stupid? Jennifer heard that a lot. And now, she’s a smashing success.

 

GET YOUR GOAT RENTALS

Michael Swanson told his wife he wanted to open a goat rental business. She told him to get a real job. Guess his goats must have eaten his resume, because renting goats is the only job he knows.


KC WEDDINGS TO GO

Pastor Nancy owns Kansas City’s best (and only) mobile wedding service. Want to get married in the park, at your chiropractor’s office or in the comfort of your own basement rec room? Then Pastor Nancy is your pastor.

NDSS: #LawSyndrome

The National Down Syndrome Society, with help from Saatchi New York, has launched a new campaign called #LawSyndrome. 

Law Syndrome affects 100% of people with Down Syndrome. It's a series of antiquated laws that prevent them from pursuing jobs or independence without risking their Medicaid. 

Text Law Syndrome to 52886 or visit Lawsyndrome.org to learn how you can help. 

Luvs: Haircut

When you skip the barber and go straight for the bowl cut, you’re an experienced parent. By their second kid, every parent is an expert, and more likely to choose Luvs than first time parents. 


Tide: Bradshaw Stain

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During Super Bowl 51, the world saw a BBQ sauce stain on Terry Bradshaw's shirt. It felt like live TV, but it was really the first part of an elaborate advertising program. Tens of thousands immediately took to social media to participate in the

Tecate: Beer Wall

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2016 marked a year in American politics that no one could have predicted. Real estate tycoon Donald Trump was running for president, fervently proclaiming his intention to build a wall – a great, great wall – on the southern border of the United Stat