Painters and Contractors Get The Fright of Their Lives in Benjamin Moore Stunt

The Martin Agency Creates Halloween Campaign 'Scary Good Job'

Published On
Oct 16, 2013

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Benjamin Moore's Ultra Spec 500 paint is scarily effective -- so how better to promote it than with a haunted hotel, hidden cameras, a creepy butler and a bunch of innocent contractors? The Martin Agency and Tool's Jason Zada have teamed up for a Halloween campaign that invited real painters to come to a "haunted hotel" to paint a wall. They don't know it's haunted, but figure it out soon enough, when chairs creak, strange sounds and a ghostly woman appear. Because if you have the right paint, every job can be scary good.


Oct 16, 2013
Brand :
Benjamin Moore
Client :
Benjamin Moore
Agency :
The Martin Agency
Director :
Jason Zada
Chief Marketing Officer :
David Melancon
Chief Creative Officer :
Joe Alexander
Creative Director :
Vanessa Fortier
Creative Director/ Copywriter :
Dave Gibson
Agency Executive Broadcast Producer :
Christina Cairo
Agency Junior Producer :
Ross Skinner
Digital Production Director :
Darren Himebrook
Digital Producer :
Mary Dunn
Associate Director :
Chris Fullman
Associate Director :
Josh Corliss
Technical Lead :
Jeremy Misavage
Developer :
Robert Lavoie
Technical Lead :
Kevin Power
Quality Assurance :
Andy Bupp
Director, Photography :
Lyle Vincent
Executive Producer :
Danielle Peretz
Line Producer :
Shai Kedem
Editorial Company :
Editor :
Jeff Grippe
Motion Graphics :
William Tiki
Original Score :
Robert Di Pietro
Original Score :
Paul Robb
Associate Creative Director, Art Director :
Mauricio Mazzariol
Production Company :

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