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Promo of the Week: Straz Center Cubicle Dancers, Holiday Edition (Video)

Straz Center Synchronized Cubicle Dance Company impressed us with their version of Swan Lake, and now they’re back for some holiday fun performing Charlie Brown Christmas Dance. Read More: Promo of the Week: Walking With Dinosaurs — The Arena Spectacular Promo of the Week: Gentleman’s Guide Glams It Up for #SaveCafeEdison Promo of the Week: Hand to God Got a comment or question? Join the conversation on Twitter or Facebook.

Promo of the Week: Walking With Dinosaurs — The Arena Spectacular

This is one way to catch people’s attention: Have a dinosaur throw the first pitch out at a MLB game. The “Baby T” on the mound is from Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular, which appeared in November at Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. Your browser does not support iframes. Got a comment or question? Join the conversation on Twitter or Facebook.

Promo of the Week: Chevy’s #TechnologyAndStuff

Public speaking isn’t easy, and presenting a speech at the World Series in front of millions of people is certainly daunting. So it’s not a huge surprise that the Chevy spokesperson presenting Madison Bumgarner with a truck fumbled a bit and came out with the not-so-clever line about their trucks having “technology and stuff.” The line, and subsequent hashtag, quickly exploded on social media. But what could have been an embarrassing couple of days for Chevy turned into a marketing …

Promo of the Week: Hand to God

The dark and raunchy comedy Hand to God — about a demonic sock puppet — opens on Broadway in April. The show’s first big ad in The New York Times (below), created by theatrical advertising and marketing firm AKA, makes the show’s vulnerabilities its strength, according to producer Kevin McCollum, who also produced Avenue Q.

Promo of the Week: North Face Shoppers’ Challenge

People are browsing at a North Face store — when the floor starts to slide away. Luckily, the walls have rock-climbing holds. Then, as this Adweek article reports, “a perfect North Face item descends from the heavens, just out of their reach, and a 30-second timer appears.” Watch the video below of people shopping at a North Face store in Korea to see what happens next.

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