It has been long overdue that we compile a video of all our brand ambassador media work that we did for Continental. From our early (awkward) beginnings 'til now. So, here it is. Enjoy.
In this context I would like to send out a big thank-you to all the people who made this happen (in alphabetical order): Carsten Brix (cinematographer), Dean Malay (deluma productions), Dennis Petermann (autobild.tv), Christian Suhr (Filmfreunde) and Jan Wigger (cinematographer). And of course to Kai Rühling (Continental) — who wasn't afraid to handle our neurosis. Props go as well to JC Chaix, my personal "Principal Word Basher" aka "Ralf's Crazy Shit Dept.". Dude, you know what I am talking about.
In this context I would like to add two more videos: A short version of "Continental Extreme" and a Chinese bootleg of our "Chromjuwelen Road Movie". The first one was compiled because the full version of Continental Extreme may be way to long to catch the message, the second one was done by our Chinese colleagues of Continental.
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What an experience. A few days ago we had our Chromjuwelen Motor Öl debut at the famous Techno Classica, the legendary "Klassik Weltmesse" in Essen. And it was AWESOME.
Our big THANK YOU! goes to our friends Michael Schade and Wolfgang Prostka from OETTINGER Sportwagen, with whom we teamed up for our booth. And to Ulla & Mathias Jahn of "FUNC. functional furniture etc" — for sending us their unbelievable furniture. And — of course — to all our friends who visited us.
We had a very entertaining week. But the best thing ever were the confused faces of all those, who thought Chromjuwelen Motor Öl is just another marketing fake.
No. Chromjuwelen Motor Öl is not just another internet hipster gimmick. It's just the best custom tailored motor oil you can get for your classic engine. For all details visit chromjuwelen-oil.com. To order your set (15W-40, 20W-50), pay mathy.de a visit. And if you are a reseller — drop us a line!
Ok, this is off-topic. But this little Zombie story is deeply moving. If you don't like the undeads, please skip this one.
"Cargo" is one of the finalists of Tropfest Australia.