Chevy Features Gay Couple in Olympics Ads

Spots Created by Commonwealth focus on 'The New'

Published On
Feb 10, 2014

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NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics this year will feature eight new television spots from Chevrolet, in spots created by Commonwealth. The spots, some of which aired during the opening ceremonies, feature real families, which were

found through social media and outreach. The idea is to focus on "What's new," and one of the spots shows gay dads standing with their kids, while another features a gay couple celebrating their wedding. There's also a glimpse of gay scientist Jack Andraka (who was prominently featured in an Intel ad recently as well).

Chevy will also be connecting with customers on social media via "What's #TheNew to you," asking people what is really new to them, a theme that links to the brand's "Find New Roads" tagline.


Feb 10, 2014
Brand :
Client :
Agency :
Chief Creative Officer :
Anderas Dahlqvist
North America Chief Creative Office :
Gary Pascoe
Creative Dir./Copywriter :
Duffy Patten
Creative Dir./Art Director :
Bob Guisgand
Chief Production Officer :
Brian Dilorenzo
Global Director, Strategy :
Conner Huber
Senior Vice President, Managing Director :
Kate MacNevin
Copywriter :
Scott Wolf
Copywriter :
Kathy Hepinstall
Creative Operations Director :
Miya Petrovic
Director, Content :
Jeff Beverly
Producer :
Gabrielle Gardner
Production Company :
Creative Director :
Angus Wall
Editorial :
Rock Paper Scissors
Editor :
David Brodie
Audio Post :
Audio Engineer :
Rohan Young
Research Company :
Nickerson Research
Executive Researcher :
Susan Nickerson

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