Johnsonville Sausage Commercials are made by the staff at Johnsonville, because they let the staff do everything, watch these fun ads now.
I written about Johnsonville Sausage commercials by Droga5 before, I’m not adding a link since the commercials have now been removed from Youtube for reasons I know nothing about.
But Droga5 keep making fun stuff together with Johnsonville and we will keep writing about them. In these new commercials Johnsonville have had their workers come up with the ideas for the commercials.
There are two commercials in this series, the first one which is on top features a regular speed motor chase where some of the employees have forgotten to remove all the sausages from the grill of the truck they are driving.
This is the second one called Jeff and his forest friends. In the commercial Johnsonville worker Jeff is enjoying his breakfast in the forest when random animals walk up to him and ask stuff about the sausages. It ends with a wolf wanting to know how he learned how to talk to animals. I love how the animals are not CGI but sort of tacky made.
Below are some behind the scenes videos from the making of these commercials. Enjoy.
About Johnsonville Sausage
Johnsonville Sausage was founded in 1945 and is one of the largest sausage brands in the United States. The name Johnsonville comes from the first butcher shop opened by Ralph and Alice Stayer who named it after their Wisconsin hometown Johnsonville. Their current headquarter is in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin.
Johnsonville is a privately owned company with around 1400 employees and their products are available in around 35 countries.
Droga5 is a New York-based advertising agency founded in 2006 by David Droga. The company has been named Agency of the Year numerous times and are known for their creative and innovative campaigns.
Droga5 have made successful campaigns for Coca-Cola, American Express, Newcastle Brown Ale, Unilever and Qantas among many others.