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Chrysler Commercial for Chrysler 300 (2011)

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Chrysler Commercial for Chrysler 300

Spring/Summer 2011
Genres: Vehicles
 
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Plot / Description

This commercial features NFL defensive tackle, Ndamukong Suh of the Detroit Lions. He is driving the new Chrysler 300 into an urban area outside of Portland, Oregon on a rainy day. There are factories, water towers, graffiti-painted buildings, taverns/bars, churches, a barber shop, and across a metal bridge. We then are shown some flashes of family photos and football trophies, and then we are back in the car and driving through a tunnel. More high school sports memorabilia are shown, and the car drives by an old high school where the local football team is practicing in the rain. Finally the car pulls up to a house and the large man with a scowl steps out. The tough face quickly turns to a smile as his mom comes out to greet him and they hug.

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

Humble beginnings are true beginnings. They're character-building beginnings. They're hard working ethic beginnings. They're appreciate what you earn beginnings. They are the purest way to gauge success. They're the only way to gauge success. But the most powerful thing about humble beginnings is that they are humbling. Show where you're going without forgetting where you're from.

Written Text

Old Town 
Portland, Oregon 
Tavern 
1KD S13 
Reggie's Barber Shop - 503-2800 
Go Big Red 93 77 
Ulysses S Grant High School 
The Chrysler 300 is back 
Imported from Detroit