Old Navy gets an F for not providing a clear way from their hoempage to their YouTube channel, but an A for having a YouTube Channel and putting their ads on it (seriously business people why doesn’t EVERYBODY who actually buys air time, put their commercials up for free too so people can watch and refer people, isn’t the point to start buzz? What’s the down side?). Also good points for coming up with this clever reunion bit for the national Lampoon’s Vacation franchise.
This is the best of the set, right Euro Rusty?:
UPDATE: The original site has gone down, but here are the links I could find, plus a nice news story with then and now photos.
Here’s a second one there were several, this one is terrible quality, but there you go.
See a set of then and now photos with an interview from Entertainment Weekly:
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