Lowe's TV Spot, 'How to Make Someone Disappear'

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Viewers are entertained by the presentation on how to make someone disappear. Viewers start the ad by seeing a young, teenage girl sitting by the window reading a book. A teenage boy who has fallen in love with Stephanie (the girl reading) begins professing his love to her, complete with giant boombox and playing music until he is abruptly cutoff by the falling of a set of blinds. The father happily approves of the Lowe's worker upon seeing how well the blinds work.

Published
September 22, 2015
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Lowe's
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Lowe's Consumer Credit Card
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20 percent off in-stock Levolor blinds and cellular shades
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“Never Stop Improving”
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Funny
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Brad Abrell ... Dad, Cristina Spruell ... Stephanie, James Huang ... Lowe\'s Handyman, Ty Parker ... Boy with boom box, Jeff Gurner ... Voice Over
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BBDO ... Agency, BBDO ... Creative Agency, BBDO ... Digital Agency, Starcom ... Media Agency

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