Snow in California? No, turns out to be millions of unmarked lottery balls falling on bewildered residents. But wait till you see the end - then it all makes sense. This ad was a promotion for Powerball coming to California, April 8th, 2013.
Ad Agency: David & Goliath
We figure the pegs cost $2.50. Money borrowed from film crew. Clothesline was already there. Movie taken by iPhone? Must be the cheapest commercial ever. Clever! What do you think?
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