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Harr Motors – TV Commercial

About this Project: Harr Motors in Aberdeen, South Dakota wanted help promoting their “Red, White, and You Program,” which offers employee pricing to those who serve our country such as police officers, fire fighters, and armed service men and women. McQuillen Creative Group shot and edited this TV commercial with the cooperation of the Aberdeen Police Department and the US

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Malchow’s – TV Commercial

About this Project: Malchow’s in Aberdeen, South Dakota needed help teasing folks about “something new” coming to their store, which happened to be a sleep gallery. With that in mind, McQuillen Creative Group shot and edited this teaser TV commercial. Tools Used: Jib Crane After Effects Extras Sleep Attire Pillows Visit our video page to learn about other video production

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Lang’s – TV Commercial

About this Project: We love working with Lang’s Audio, TV and Appliance, because every campaign is another opportunity to try new video production techniques, such as using a compressor to shoot air in the faces of our actors. The obvious message we were sending? These new TVs will blow you away! Tools Used: Willing actors Living room Canon EOS 7D

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Lang’s – TV Commercial

About this Project: Lang’s Audio, TV and Appliance needed a TV and Radio campaign that all tied together. So, McQuillen Creative Group developed a theme that tied a life changing event (e.g. a break up, firings, the death of a pet) to the concept of “upgrading.” For this particular spot, we decided to break the fourth wall, which helped personify

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Harr Motors – TV Commercial

About this Project: This TV commercial for Harr Motors in Aberdeen, South Dakota, is what folks in the advertising industry call a “doughnut.” Often times, car dealerships want to keep the same branding theme, while simultaneously swapping out specific products each week. But producing a “doughnut” can be a challenge. Instead of 30 seconds to tell our story, we get

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Harr Motors – TV Commercial

About this Project: Here is a nice example of how a simple commercial concept can be enhanced by utilizing camera motion with sliders, jib cranes, and animated graphics. The key to this ad is providing visual interest that adds to the message. Visit our video page to learn more about our video production techniques.


Dacotah Bank – TV Commercial

About this Project: In this quick 15-second TV commercial for Dacotah Bank, you find out what it really means to lose your wallet. You also get to see how much story can be packed into just 15 seconds. There’s an established situation, a cause for concern, a joke to establish rapport, a back story, a false victory, a statement of

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Dacotah Bank – TV Commercial

About this Project: Dacotah Bank is all about their ID reclaim service, and they do their best to tell their customers. Here’s a short 15-second ad about the silly ways people try to attain your personal information. If you need a fast paced commercial, visit our video production page to learn more.


Dacotah Bank – TV Commercial

About this Project: This 30-second branding commercial looks at the four elements of Dacotah Bank – banking, insurance, mortgage, and trust – and ties them into different life changing events. If you need help defining your brand, visit our video production page to learn more about our commercial work.


Simple Commercial with Big Drama

Believe it or not, this simple commercial was shot with a crew of one. The folks in Pierre, South Dakota wanted a TV commercial to show off the amazing display of Christmas trees at the state capitol. This spot alludes to the reaction most people have the first time seeing this spectacular display. Our family of models were volunteers and

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Oz Theme Continues for Aberdeen Promotion

If you’ve seen the Broadway sensation, Wicked, you probably remember how each Oz character came to be. Unfortunately, the production is 100% incorrect in relating how the Scarecrow and Tin Man came to be. The Tin Man was named Nick Chopper and he was a normal dude. He fell in love with a sorcerer’s daughter who disapproved of him. The

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The Return of Oz

Video Production in Aberdeen, SD – Years ago, when I first came back to Aberdeen, I got involved in the newly formed Oz Festival. Me, my mom and my dad made costumes, props, signs, banners and all sorts of promo material. Then it ended. It was designed to be a cultural event that recognized the fact that Wonderful Wizard of

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