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First aired: Early '80s Old-timers will remember what Mel Farr "Superstar" did as a running back and receiver for the Detroit Lions, but latter-day Detroiters remember Farr for a different feat: his ability to don a cape and fly over his own used-car lots. (Or, perhaps, to battle Warren Mayor Jim Fouts’ aversion to used car lots.) Alas, the Flyin’ Lion passed away in 2015.
But if there’s one thing his legacy has cemented, one thing we look for in today's used-auto salespeople (who can't fly either!
Bernstein is the face of the preeminent personal injury firm in Michigan, and is the first resort for anyone who so much as sits down on a rusty tack at the DMV.
Watching Bernstein Law Firm commercials, one from 1991 and another from 2016, there's hardly a noticeable difference (setting aside the production value).
Alan's should be the first thing you think of as a Detroiter. Alan's has it all: low-budget appeal, non-professional actors, his unforgettable catchphrase ("29 or two for $50"), a voiceover shrieking that catchphrase at you in all kinds of audio mixes, and a view into that peculiar world where live-action and animated characters hang out without it being questioned.
We'll never forget this company's perplexing cartoon mascot (who we always assumed was the "Mr.The only people brave enough to vote out this corrupt establishment is you, the American people.I'm doing this for the people and for the movement and we will take back this country for you and we will make America great again.Luckily, we’re in the business of second first impressions.That’s why we created this spot—it’s a reminder that if you truly want something, you shouldn’t have to fight tooth…and nail for it.), it's that superhuman ability to battle our collective enemy: too-high prices on secondhand cars.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating