Liberty Mutual’s “Catchy Tune…Squirrel Squad”

If you’ve ever been to a Chuck E. Cheese place or visited the Orlando, Florida area in times past, you’ve probably had contact with those animatronic animal robot bands that may have been high tech at one time, but now are more cornball and laughable than anything else. Liberty Mutual recreates the look and feel of those vintage robot animal bands in their recent commercial, “Catchy Tune.” You see, if a catchy tune can be implanted as an ear worm in your head, perhaps you’ll be more likely to think of the company or product it promotes should you want to buy something as mundane and unexciting as insurance.

What’s more, it appears that this animatronic Squirrel Squad band exists on a miniature stage neatly squirreled away (pun intended) right inside a wall of your very own house, ready to be summoned forth at any time! That would get old in what…a minute or two? You might even say that this Squirrel Squad would drive you nuts! What would be more appropriate, actually? But I kinda like the drummer…and hey, these guys work for peanuts! I demand pizza or some Chinese noms…. 🦊

(What?I’ve played a few gigs…)

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4 Comments on “Liberty Mutual’s “Catchy Tune…Squirrel Squad””

  1. carycomic Says:

    You drummed for the Squirrel Squad?!

    They must be _fox_ squirrels. Ba-DUM-boom!

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  2. carycomic Says:

    P.S.—lest your other readers thinking I made the name up, have them google “Sciurus niger vulpinus.”

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