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He explained that he was the original creator of the Trunkmonkey concept and would like contact information for their ad agency to find out how the Trunk Monkey advertisements were conceived and produced.
The secretary was initially very rude saying that she was happy that they were first to the punch with such a great ad campaign, and said that she’d pass the message on to a manager.
Suburban Auto Group released a series of Trunk Monkey Super Bowl commercials for 20.
The ad agency that produced these commercials is R/West.
On Superbowl Sunday, 2003, Sean started receiving various e-mails and calls from online friends on the West Coast asking if he had anything to do with the Trunk Monkey Superbowl advertisement for Suburban Auto Group that had aired in the Portland, OR market.
A few days later, a NASIOC member from the West Coast digitized and posted a copy of the Suburban Auto Group Trunk Monkey advertisement.
A day or two later, the manager of the dealership got back to Sean and passed on contact information for R/West, the agency that produced the campaign.
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Trunk Monkey is a concept originally created in January, 2000 by Sean Sosik-Hamor for the automotive group of Subaru enthusiasts in the New England Subaru Impreza Club, or NESIC.
The original concept of a "Trunk Monkey" was a small stuffed animal placed in the trunk of a vehicle which came alive and jumped from side to side to help distribute weight during "spirited driving maneuvers".
Sean archived copies of the five videos on to show that the voiceover had been changed to claim that they were the original creators of the Trunk Monkey.
Shortly after archiving the videos and modifying the Trunkmonkey Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to link to the videos, traffic for skyrocketed as people found the site while searching for the four new Trunk Monkey advertisements.