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Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by SPACE-DWELLER, Oct 5, 2008.
Eric "esm" will love that ad, John! :rocker:
With reference to the previous debate several of us were having about why we buy Rolex watches, and this ad from the company themselves, I rest my case!
"At the heart of all of this lies the 'pulling power' argument. This motive is at the root of the whole debate. My antlers/teeth/feathers (car/watch/house) are bigger/brighter/better than yours so I can choose my mate, (or at least believe I have a better chance) thanks very much! Darwin, pure and simple!"
Oh man LOVING those ad's. Rolex truly is among the best when it comes to marketing :drooling: Pete, thanks for posting those Explorer ad's, will especially have to save those. I need to start looking through old National Geographic magazines to find some and keep them (get it laminated).
I saw some marketing data in a recent Watchtime issue that indicated Rolex's marketing budget was double the next watch brand - Breitling. Rolex spent around $48M USD in 2009 on marketing ads, etc.
When you say Ryder Cup, you've said it all in golf.....
That is a nice one, John! :cheers:
This advertisement in the October 2010 issue of Road and Track magazine is testament to the "visionary" status of the Milgauss GV...
Nice one Ken!! :drooling:
Very cool, fortes! I have never seen that one before.
Thanks for posting those, Fortes :cheers:
That's a great ad, Fortes! :drool: :thumbsup:
Thanks to all! I have a lot, my idea is to one day build a site here in Brazil about Rolex
Terrific ads, Fortes! :rocker: :rocker:
Oh man, nice ones again! I especially LOVE that Explorer II ad, need to find myself one and have it laminated and keep it :yahoo:
Other very good !
Nice one, Fortes! How come almost everyone of them is in German? :thinking:
One friend send to me , ten years ago...
When I studied German, I used to go to the college library in my spare time to look for Rolex ads in the German versions of National Geographic and "Der Spiegel".