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Johnsonville TV Spots Made the Johnsonville Way
Made in The USA
Four-year Johnsonville member Tammy takes patriotism to high notes in her awesome musical commercial. It starts in a park where a girl asks her mother, “Where are Johnsonville Brats made?” The mother could tell her they’re made in the USA or... she could sing it! Pretty soon the whole town joins the musical ensemble, including an iconic 300-foot-tall statue.
Guess The Price of That Food
This one comes from nine-year Johnsonville member Cole and takes us back to the 1970s for an episode of Guess the Price of That Food. Naturally, it features everyone’s favorite things: guessing, sausage, and even more sausage.
Ruben & The Receders
This Flame Grilled Chicken spot comes from Todd, who has worked in the Johnsonville transportation department for nearly 22 years. Todd thought our new Flame Grilled Chicken deserved a new rock ballad just as fiery. And boy, he and his real-life bandmates delivered. It’s music. It’s mayhem. It’s chicken.
Jeff and His Forest Friends
This spot stars 18-year member Jeff himself, sharing a tale of sausage and friendship. He's in the woods conversing with various forest friends about the company's new Fully Cooked Breakfast Sausage links and patties. "I thought it'd be funny to have a commercial with talkin' animals." His co-workers now call him Hollywood.
Regular Speed Chase
This spot features 8-year member Brett, from the smoked sausage facility, blending his passion for fast cars and Johnsonville Grillers and Bratwurst. After seeing his idea come to life he said, "This is exactly how I envisioned it!"
Owner & Chairman Ralph Stayer got a bit emotional upon hearing that Johnsonville Members would highlight the brand's 2016 ad campaign.Read the blog here
MADE THE JOHNSONVILLE WAY | BEHIND-THE-SCENES
It started with hundreds of interviews in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, and ended with a car chase, a haunted house and a man talking to his animal friends in the forest. See how the “Made the Johnsonville Way” campaign came to life. Commercials... Made the Johnsonville Way, explained here.