2.24.2009

Video: RSL's Will Johnson Advert



Another day, another stellar Real Salt Lake advert from Wagenen & Halasim. Brilliant stuff although I'm torn on which is prettier, the footage or Will Johnson's goal. RSL definitely made the right move getting these guys to do work for them.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

RSL is really turning into a good club...they're FO is doing all the right stuff. Anyone else agree? And for you SLC peeps out there...are they actually showing these commercial on tv?

Anonymous said...

rio tinto, one of the reasons im buying direct kicks this year

www.playahatin.com said...

I was there for both goals and each game in Rio Tinto so far. All the way from Southern California each game. Too bad i can't keep flying back and forth for the upcoming season. Go RSL!

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thepartisan said...

brilliant commercial, all MLS clubs could do with ads like this.

Anonymous said...

I was there! For as pretty as the footage is in the video, I was Facing Will Johnson on the 5th row at the Rio, directly down the penalty box line. I wish there was footage from where I was when that beautiful display of soccer occurred.

Isaac Halasima said...

Shoot man, I literally turned this commercial in yesterday... it got onto the web fast. I don't know how to get to TOR directly, but gotta give major props to the site for getting me and Art the right amount of pub that we were noticed.
I've been dying to give American Soccer a look that shows how stunning 2-20 second moments can be in a game, and TOR helped get me that chance.
The spots should be running regionally right now until the season starts... hopefully we get more to do after the games kick off. Being in that stadium is a dream... incredible atmosphere.

SF said...

^^^

Glad I could help you help us all. Seriously, you guys put out quality stuff. Please keep it coming.

And my email is in the sidebar if you ever want to holler at me.

SF

Me Here said...

Yep, these vids are immaculate. Good stuff.

I'd ask you to share your post-production secrets with us -- the color processing is remarkable -- but ... well, I won't put you on the spot.

One note for anybody from RSL who sees this post: Please take advantage of YouTube's "watch in high quality" option with these clips...