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About Jack Link's Original Beef Jerky TV Commercial, 'Hangry Hacks: Office Freakout'

In a segment of Jack Link's "Hangry Hacks," an employee freaks out when her coworkers aren't paying attention to her presentation. Her stomach begins to growl and her wild side takes over. She throws yogurt at the window and kicks the rotating panel of a whiteboard to reveal an emergency package of Jack Link's Original Beef Jerky. In a frenzy, she breaks the protective glass concealing the package and shoves a piece of jerky into her mouth. Her hangry rage subsides immediately, and she tries to redeem herself by suggesting a sales meeting in Cabo next month.

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Tagline
“Feed Your Wild Side.”
Music
The song was created for this commercial
Mood
Funny
Actors - Add
Susan Song ... office worker with ponytail in floral shirt
Production
Benji Weinstein ... Director, Cordelia Kipp ... Producer, Eric Schmidt ... Director of Photography, Ian Kovalik ... Production, Jason Manz ... Producer, Kati Haberstock ... Production, Lori Stonebraker ... Producer, Melissa Luben ... Producer, Philip Cheaney ... Production, Ryan Paulson ... Production
Agency
Mekanism (Agency), Mekanism (Creative Agency), space150 (Digital Agency), Carmichael Lynch (Media Agency), Tool of North America (Production Company)
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