Bret Michaels Sings 'Endless Love' to a Fleet of Nissan Vans

Poison Frontman Revives Richie & Ross Classic for B to B Campaign via TBWA/Chiat/Day

Published On
Jul 31, 2014

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As if B to B marketing could get any more outrageous. Following Volvo's newsmaking revival of action star Jean Claude Van Damme's career, Nissan is the latest marketer to bring fireworks to this sector of advertising with a new campaign starring Poison frontman Bret Michaels singing a totally unexpected tune: a cover of "Endless Love."

Ini a music video directed by Pretty Bird's Ace Norton, Mr. Michaels croons a hard rock version of the classic Lionel Richie and Diana Ross duet to the automaker's fleet of commercial NV vans as they endure various obstacles such as shakes, salt spray, heat and more.

Conceived by TBWA/Chiat/Day, Los Angeles, the clip serves as the centerpiece of the campaign promoting the commercial line. It sends viewers to the Nissan Tough Love site , where viewers can also see more films of Mr. Michaels explaining the various features of the vans.


Jul 31, 2014
Brand :
Client :
Agency :
TBWA/Chiat/Day-Los Angeles
Chief Creative Officer :
Stephen Butler
Americas Creative Director :
Tito Melega
Americas Creative Director :
Karl Dunn
Associate Creative Director :
Liz Levy
Associate Creative Director :
Jeff O'Keefe
Executive Digital Producer :
Brian Jarmon
Executive Business Affairs Manager :
Robin Rossi
Business Affairs Manager :
Nora Cicuto
Art Producer :
Kay Gautraud
Managing Director :
Peter Bracegirdle
Management Supervisor :
Val Tyll
Director, Strategic Planning :
Oke Mueller
Senior Strategic Planner :
Leigh Davidson
Director, Product Strategy :
Joel Weeks
Senior Product Specialist :
Andy Galvin
Production Company :
Director :
Ace Norton
Editor :
Micah Levin
Editor :
Movie Magic Production, LLC
Visual Effects :
Music :
South Music & Sound Design
Sound Design :
Lime Studios

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