Plot / DescriptionThe commercial begins with a man, in an interview in St. Louis (the arch is shown in the background, outside the office window). The man who is being interviewed is told that there are no positions available. The man is in a new office, in a different interview, trying to speak to the woman who is interviewing him, but she is preoccupied when the telephone rings, and she takes the call, dismissing the man. His third interview ends with a success.
Next is an older man, carrying a model ship in one hand and a bird cage, with a parrot inside the cage. Behind him is a car full of his belongings, some of which are already sitting out on the curb. Two young children, a boy and a girl, come out of the house to greet their grandfather with hugs. The grandfather is told by his son, that he can take Danny's room. Upon hearing this, Danny, the little dark-haired boy, turns around and gives his father a look.
Finally, a young man is saying goodbye to his parents as they stand outside their house, looking at his car, packed full of his belongings. The man's mother hugs him, telling him she's going to miss him, and makes him promise to call her. Every day.
VoiceoverI do not have a spot for you though.
I would, honestly, I...
Thank you. Thank you, sir.
Hi there kiddo.
Why don't you take Danny's room.
I'm gonna miss you so much.
Miss you too.
You call me?
I'll call you.
For all the things that move you, we can help. Nobody in the world sells more real estate than Re/Max.
(Lyrics) Movin' me down the highway, movin' me down the highway. Movin' ahead so life won't pass me by. Movin' ahead so life won't pass me by.
Written TextRe/Max, Remax
For all the things that move you.