Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson returns as Ford Ambassador

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson returns as Ford Ambassador, advertising campaign

The 2nd advertising campaign has been created in partnership with superstar Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Ford’s Customer Service Division. Ford and Johnson developed compelling content to highlight the 35,000 members of Ford’s service group.

“We are thrilled to have Dwayne Johnson return as our Ambassador of Service,” stated Brett Wheatley, executive director, Ford Customer Service Division, North America. “Not only is he a faithful Ford customer– owning multiple Ford vehicles– Dwayne embodies the qualities of the Ford Service brand. He aims to be the hardest worker in the room, being a leader, building and preserving trust and most importantly, quality service. We could ask for a more fitting representative.”

The brand-new campaign covers TV, radio and digital, consisting of Johnson’s social channels that have over 140 million fans engaged. The campaign has clear messaging and effective imagery caught throughout a number of locations within Ford’s Dearborn campus. Seven Bucks Productions and Seven Bucks Digital Studios is recommending on the innovative, with GTB, as well as producing original content for the project. For the shoot, Johnson traveled to a chamber that tests severe cold weather conditions, to the design studio, to the factory floor and, obviously, to the service department of the automaker’s dealership.

“I’m really excited about what we’re developing with the good people of Ford,” said Johnson. “Our goal with this collaboration was not to attempt and sell the American public cars, but to build trust and a bridge to the hard working men and women who service them. Our latest campaign is an special one and, thinking about Ford is among the founding companies that helped build this country, I’m proud of the work our service people are accomplishing here as we continue to elevate the game.”

At each stop, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is surrounded by the devoted people of Ford, including a number of the 35,000 Ford Service specialists dedicated to preserving Ford automobiles for millions of clients.

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