Chevrolet 'Game Time app' by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

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Goodby, Silverstein & Partners has created a Super Bowl app for Chevrolet.

Viewers can use it during the game to play, interact with other fans and win prizes – including 20 Chevys.

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Released: 25 January 2012

Credits

Chevrolet, “Game Time” app
Executive creative director/associate partner
Creative director
Senior copywriter
Copywriter
Junior art director
Account directors
Operations manager
Assistant account manager
Group communication strategy director
Brand strategist
Business affairs associate manager
Director of technology
Interactive producer
Mobile app developer
Sweepstakes considerations
Chevrolet, “Game Time” TV commercial
Executive creative director/associate partner
Creative director
Senior copywriter
Copywriter
Junior art director
Broadcast producer
Account directors
Operations manager
Assistant account manager
Group communication strategy director
Brand strategist
Business affairs associate manager
Broadcast traffic manager
Production company

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