Song in Jeep Celebration Event TV Commercial, ‘SUV Letters Earned Commercial’

Song and Singer  in Jeep Celebration Event TV Commercial, ‘SUV Letters Earned Commercial’

The auto make company Jeep release a new TV commercial ad. The title of new Jeep tv advert is ‘SUV Letters Earned Commercial’ spot. Jeep try to promote their products ‘Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Compass, Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Renegade’ through Jeep Celebration Event TV Commercial, ‘SUV Letters Earned’ advertisement.

Information about Jeep Celebration Event TV Commercial, ‘SUV Letters Earned Commercial’

Jeep says the letters SUV used to mean something. As the automaker shows its Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Compass, Renegade and Wrangler SUVs traveling through the mud and dirt, it says those letters were earned in backwoods, high hills and steep dunes. Somewhere along the way, Jeep believes SUVs became pretenders instead of pioneers. Although there are many SUVs, Jeep claims there’s only one legend. During the Celebration Event, the automaker invites you to special cash on select models.

Products in ‘SUV Letters Earned Commercial’

Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Compass, Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Renegade.

Songs in ‘SUV Letters Earned Commercial’

Song in Jeep ‘SUV Letters Earned Commercial’ is Pull A U by The Kills
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Watch Jeep Celebration Event TV Commercial, ‘SUV Letters Earned Commercial’ song by The Kill 

About Singer The Kills

The bluesy punk duo the Kills consist of vocalist/guitarist VV, aka Alison Mosshart, formerly of the Florida punk band Discount, and drummer/guitarist/vocalist Hotel, aka Jamie Hince. After Discount ended in 2000, VV began exchanging tapes with the London-based Hotel through the mail, but both of them felt hindered by this method, so VV crossed the Atlantic so the duo could write faster. In spring of 2001, they issued a self-released demo that showcased their gritty, sexy sound and earned favorable reviews from such quarters as TapeOp Magazine. They also contributed a song, “Restaurant Blouse,” to 5 Rue Christine’s If the Twenty-First Century Did Not Exist It Would Be Necessary to Invent It compilation early in 2002, before their debut EP, Black Rooster, arrived that summer on Dim Mak.

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