July 16, 2008
Video: Enerpulse Launches Quirky Fuel Economy Campaign
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Enerpulse, Inc. has just released its newest ad campaign called, "Tired of getting beat up at the pump?" The print ad has a dark and gritty, Fight Club-inspired slant, while the television ad features an animated gas pump that literally springs to life, beating up a reluctant male motorist as he fills up his tank.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to: http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/enerpulse/34041/
The campaign was developed by Albuquerque-based Esparza Advertising and was produced by Los Angeles-based Continuum Content. According to Del Esparza, President of Esparza Advertising, "We wanted to tap into the pain people feel when they fill their tanks with a $100 of gasoline." Also, Chris Buckley, CEO of Continuum Content said, "The gas pump needed a unique personality that would allow us to generate several interesting ad episodes."
The campaign is designed to call attention to the fuel economy and performance benefits of Pulstar(TM) Pulse Plugs, a drop-in, "plug-and-play" spark plug replacement for cars, trucks and SUV's. See http://www.pulstar.com/.
The new, national ad campaign will run in magazines and on television at a time when some say gasoline could reach $6 per gallon. Launched in June of 2007, Pulstar(TM) has already attracted a significant following and is receiving good press for its effectiveness. Originally perceived as strictly a performance-enhancement product, high gas prices have pushed Pulstar(TM) to the forefront for those consumers seeking fuel-efficient and green technology upgrades.
Daniel Parker, CEO of Enerpulse, points out that Pulstar(TM) Pulse Plugs are a great option for consumers frustrated with high gas prices, global warming and dependence on foreign oil. He states, "People just feel helpless. We provide a powerful and pro-active solution to a critical problem. Pulstar(TM) Pulse Plugs are the smart way to increase your vehicle's fuel economy and performance while doing your part to decrease carbon dioxide emissions."
Enerpulse, Inc., a privately held company headquartered in Albuquerque, N.M., was founded in 1996. The company develops environmentally-friendly ignition products through the application of pulsed power technology. For more information, visit http://www.pulstar.com/.
Contact: Natalie Carter [email protected] 1-505-999-2005
CONTACT: Natalie Carter of Enerpulse, Inc., +1-505-999-2005, [email protected]
Web site: http://www.pulstar.com/