Hyundai’s Cure Crampomitosis Campaign

For decades, we have been insidiously and systematically programmed to think that compact cars are better than they are and that they can’t improve any more. Hyundai decided to change that!

Hyundai gets creative!

Hyundai gets creative!

Campaign Idea & Objectives:

“Millions of compact car drivers are fighting against leg-buckling Crampomitosis, caused by a chronic lack of leg room. These choice-starved people have knees riddled with teeth marks, toes pointing in impossible directions, and seemingly no choice when it comes to a comfortable car to drive”. Hyundai

It is essential to mention here that Crampomitosis is a made up condition that Hyundai have invented to help call attention to their Social Good Imitative.

Hyundai is donating $0.50 to Americans for the Arts for each person that joins their Facebook Causes page up to a max of $25,000 but they will also match every $1 donation with another dollar again unto a max of 25k.

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3 Seriously Addictive iPhone & iPod Games!

No one can claim that things are going smooth around the world; with all the demonstrations, climate changes, unemployment problems and personal issues, each and every one of us has a full plate!

However, we simply can’t work, follow up with the new and/or worry all the time without unwinding every now and then.

Therefore, I invite you to try these 3 awesome – yet very addictive – iPhone & iPod games that will help you take some load off while having some harmless fun!

1. Fruit Ninja by HalfBrick:

Fruit Ninja Snapshot

Fruit Ninja Snapshot

Swipe your finger across the screen to deliciously slash and splatter fruit like a true ninja warrior. Be careful of bombs – they are explosive to touch and will put a swift end to your juicy adventure!

Not only is Fruit Ninja challenging, it also releases stress and brings you instant pleasure. But there is more:

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