PORSCHE 911 50th Birthday song - (2014) case study (China)

Porsche, seen as a brash noisy car by many in China, decided to tackle this negative head on by creating a happy birthday song (to itself) sung by generations of Porsche engines. Sure, it's a little reminiscent of when Gary Neuman played "Cars" on.. cars... for Diehard, or that website where women's moaning was the sound-keys making music that I'd rather not remember was actually an ad for something. This is a clever way of gettig people to play with what they perceive to be the "most negative" aspect of the brand, and share it with their friends. Quite clever, really.

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