Telebrands’ products are marketed on tv, in print and in retail chains worldwide in over 120 various nations. In the As Seen On TV section in stores like Walmart and Walgreens you are sure to see a few products that are from Telebrands. Did you know it was Telebrands that came up with that recognizable […]
Anthony Sullivan laughingly says that he was something of a disappointment to his parents when he skipped college and started pitching gadgets at markets and fairs around England. Then he ended up on TV, and that changed their tune a bit.
Anthony Sullivan really wants a conjunction. “Say goodbye to chlorine bleach. Switch to OxiClean White Revive,” the renowned pitchman bellows into the camera during a commercial shoot for a new OxiClean product. “Can we put an ‘and’ in there?” he asks director Carla Kaufman afterward, “chlorine bleach and switch to …?”
A genuine wildcard has been added into the mix of possible contenders for Florida’s Congressional District 13, the seat long held by C.W. Bill Young now up for grabs in 2014 after Young announced his retirement earlier this week. Ubiquitous TV pitchman Anthony Sullivan — yes, the face of “OxyClean” and the “Smart Mop” — […]
Perhaps one of the most random names for potential nominees to take over U.S. Rep. Bill Young’s seat in Congress is Anthony Sullivan’s. While the name itself may not ring a bell, this commercial should:
InstaBulb is the battery operated shatterproof light bulb that you can place anywhere you need light. Perfect for closets, garages, attics, and more!
The Sticky Buddy is the last lint roller you will ever need. It is reusable and never requires refills like other rollers. It is sticky and has rubber fingers to help reach deep down into your carp…
Sullivan said the “Lens” can be an iconic landmark for the entire region, similar to the Arch in St. Louis. Anthony Sullivan, the national TV pitchman for products such as OxiClean, wants you to speak up about the “Lens”.
The Bolts partner up with TV pitchman Anthony Sullivan with their latest ticket package, with opinions on the package and commercial varying from positive to stereotypical.