Jeep releases first campaign since World's Most Remote Dealership

Sarah Homewood
By Sarah Homewood | 22 July 2014

Jeep has released its first campaign since its World's Most Remote Dealership debacle, with the new ad featuring a man on a cliff screaming at the top of his lungs, you guessed it, “I bought a Jeep”.

The man then gets an unexpected reply from someone down in the gully saying "me too".

According to Jeep the latest ad is just a continuation of its on-going campaign supporting the Jeep brand.

The brand has been otherwise silent since there was outcry over its World's Most Remote Dealership promotion which saw consumers call for Jeep to be reported to the ACCC after the number for the promotion was leaked early on internet forum Whirlpool.

The consumer watchdog subsequently rejected complaints the promotion had breached consumer law.

Tell us what you think of the campaign created by CumminsRoss below.

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