Not to mention lovable. Possibly CW is referring to the "Men in Black" series of spots? I can think of a spot for Hawaiian Tel with the Cazimeros music Oh man, this is bringing back memories. Vote for Hiram Vote for Hiram Ha-wa-ii's fav-rite son! The HawTel spots were awesome. We spent an entire night in the studio recording that song so I know a pre-recorded track wasn't used.
Hawaiian Telcom Advertising Spokesperson Miss Hawaii USA Owner: It's always fun for me when a new commercial airs, I kinda geek out a little and.
She talks about how much work it took to create and produce a local television commercial that is popular across the Hawaii.
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That Hawaiian Tel commercial was a classic.
In fact funny story, when we graduated from HS at one of our grad parties after much alcohol we got a video camera out and all got together and sang the song. You seem to know me so well I think there were 2 versions of it. A dude at work the other day thought I was, like, It is an Orwellian future and the point of the message was the importance of voting before that future became a reality.
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|I definitely remember that Hawaiian Tel commercial.
I also remember the HawTel spots that featured Peter Moon's music, circa mid s. The girl was on the beach, looking at her Hawaiian bracelet, when she thought of her mom and dad. Oh, I'm sure you can figure it out! We used to tease a classmate named Hiram at school by singing this old jingle for politician Hiram Fong.
That second link sure sounds like the Cazimero's except for the instrumentation in the background.
Gina Jenkins - GTE Hawaiian Tel commercial "College Girl", mid '80s. What time frame did the Cazimeros/Hawaiian Tel spots air?
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I remember the. I liked the Cinnamon Girl commercial. Simple, basic, free-flowing.
When he and his son return home, he gets a phone call from his father. That second link sure sounds like the Cazimero's except for the instrumentation in the background.
Tells a complete story and gets the message across in a minute with flashback and all. They reach the top, the bowling ball dislodges and rolls down the stairs, smashing into objects below and finally obliterating a fish aquarium and its contents before the voice over announces something about the firm.
But then again you probably weren't even born when they came out. I doubt that female would be construed as a PH wannabe!
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|I probably have to be reminded of what I liked since I'm drawing a blank now.
One year later I bought the house that was the location of that "dorm room"! The only 2 spots I recall producing in that campaign were the homesick college freshman with Hawaiian bracelet, dorm scene, party scene and the dad and boy fishing a sepia, flashback scene.
Hawaii State Office of Elections - A young boy and his grandfather are walking around a darkened state capitol with cameras watching their every move. I think there were 2 versions of it.
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The girl claims it was the banks fault, not Hawaiian Tel's fault. Hawaiian Telcom subscribers will be unable to view tonight's University Gina Jenkins - GTE Hawaiian Tel commercial "College Girl", mid '80s. Hawaiian Telcom CEO Eric Yeaman met Teranishi insoon after He and Corby tied the knot last October and welcomed a baby girl in January.
. But our Haleakala tour was the first commercial zipline tour in the U.S.”.
Maybe tomorrow the gray matter between my ears will start releasing some info!!! Lots of memories from that ad campaign.
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That all-nighter paid off. I hated the Quick Lube commercials with the bobbing heads. I liked the Cinnamon Girl commercial. It is an Orwellian future and the point of the message was the importance of voting before that future became a reality.