Can't say shoo to this footwear

March 1999
Advertising Age;3/29/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 13, p52
Trade Publication
This article presents information on the television advertising campaign for Johnny Moke Shoes created by Broadbent Cheetham Veazey in March 1999. Two tap dancers, at the prompting of a little girl with a remote control, perform in a 45-second spot for Johnny Moke Shoes. But one dancer's performance is silent because he is wearing Johnny Moke footwear instead of tap shoes. Broadbent created the three spots, with help from production company Open Frame Productions.


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