In the past Iâ€™ve written that TV spots I consider particularly awful look as if theyâ€™d been created quickly in a basement by a bunch of bored students who wanted to kill time on a rainy Saturday afternoon. I recently watched the winning spots in Chipotle Mexican Grillâ€™s â€ś30 Seconds of Fameâ€ť student advertising contest, and those students certainly have much higher standards than my mythical slackers. The creative teams from Chapman University in Orange, Calif., and Northern ...
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