Corporate Animals

Contest Info

  • Started: 4/26/2006 06:00
  • Ended: 4/28/2006 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 40
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $50
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $30
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $20
Corporate Animals
Contest Directions: Put adverts or corporate logos on animals. Putting "corporate outfit" on animals is a plus.

Contest Info

    • Started: 4/26/2006 06:00
    • Ended: 4/28/2006 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 40
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $50
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $30
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $20
This gallery only contains our top 40 selections from its parent contest Corporate Animals?. All 40 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Racing Nascar Snails

    Racing Nascar Snails
  • Giraffe Eats an iPod

    Giraffe Eats an iPod
  • Norelco Sheep Advertising

    Norelco Sheep Advertising
  • Kangaroo in Nike Shoes

    Kangaroo in Nike Shoes
  • Windows XP Turtle

    Windows XP Turtle
  • Playboy Dog

    Playboy Dog
  • Coca Cola Dog

    Coca Cola Dog
  • Caterpillar in a Cat Hat

    Caterpillar in a Cat Hat
  • Gorilla Postman

    Gorilla Postman
  • Real Yellow Volkswagen Beetle

    Real Yellow Volkswagen Beetle
  • Kiss Me Snake

    Kiss Me Snake
  • Chimp Eating a Banana Wearing an Enzyte Hat

    Chimp Eating a Banana Wearing an Enzyte Hat
  • Horse Wearing a Ford Mustang Coat

    Horse Wearing a Ford Mustang Coat
  • Microsoft Gateway Cows

    Microsoft Gateway Cows
  • Fly with a Samsung Eye

    Fly with a Samsung Eye
  • Fly United Beetles

    Fly United Beetles
  • Frog Wearing Contact Lenses

    Frog Wearing Contact Lenses
  • MetLife Dog Dressed in a Suit

    MetLife Dog Dressed in a Suit
  • No Smoking Bear

    No Smoking Bear
  • House Salesman Dog

    House Salesman Dog
  • Cow Advertising KFC

    Cow Advertising KFC
  • Cow Advertising Taco Bell

    Cow Advertising Taco Bell
  • Greyhound Dog Wearing a Greyhound Bus Coat

    Greyhound Dog Wearing a Greyhound Bus Coat
  • Verizon Wireless Monkey

    Verizon Wireless Monkey
  • Cow Advertising OXO Cubes

    Cow Advertising OXO Cubes
  • Parrot Wearing a Verizon T-Shirt

    Parrot Wearing a Verizon T-Shirt
  • Apple Brand Advertising on a Panda

    Apple Brand Advertising on a Panda
  • Ronald McDonald's Face on a Camel

    Ronald McDonald's Face on a Camel
  • Shelby Turtle Wax on a Turtle Shell

    Shelby Turtle Wax on a Turtle Shell
  • Dog Wal Mart Greeter

    Dog Wal Mart Greeter
  • Weight Watchers Cat

    Weight Watchers Cat
  • Goats Advertising Dale Earnhardt and NASCAR

    Goats Advertising Dale Earnhardt and NASCAR
  • Playboy Advertising Cow

    Playboy Advertising Cow
  • Weiner Dog Advertising

    Weiner Dog Advertising
  • Disneyland Monkey

    Disneyland Monkey
  • Rabbit Advertising Volkswagen

    Rabbit Advertising Volkswagen
  • Owl Wearing a Hooters T-Shirt

    Owl Wearing a Hooters T-Shirt
  • Chick Fil A Cow

    Chick Fil A Cow
  • Shark Advertising Teeth Whitening

    Shark Advertising Teeth Whitening
  • Oscar Mayer Pig

    Oscar Mayer Pig
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Earlier this month, the Dutch online reservations company, Hotels.nl, began outfitting sheep in royal blue and waterproof blankers that bear the company's corporate logo. The company is paying $1.23 per day per sheep for the ads. About 144 sheep in flocks scattered throughout the Netherlands are now part of the company's sheep based advertising campaign. With that said, the sheep campaign is causing a bit of a backlash in the country. The town of Skarsterlan started fining Hotels.nl €1,000 a day for sheep that wear the branded blankets. The city's officials have stated that livestock advertising violates the town's ban on advertising along the highways. Hotels.nl indicates that it is prepared to pay the fines. However, the company says that it plans to fight the ban on sheep shirt advertising in court. From the time the sheep campaign started, Hotels.nl sales are up 15 percent, according to Miechel Nagel, who is the chief executive officer of the four year old company that is headquartered in Groningen. He is contemplating expanding the ad campaign despite the fines now being imposed in one locale. A Dutch horse breeder, André Groen, actually came up with the concept. Easy Green Promotions, based in Leiden, created what it calls "Lease a Sheep Shirt-Sponsoring" which led to the present Hotels.nl ad campaign. With a goal of expanding to 25,000 branded sheep in the Netherlands, Jozef Mazereeuw is presiding over the project for Easy Green Promotions. He is working to strike deals with even more sheep farmers at the present time.
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