Homework Question on The Wal-Mart’s Commercial on “Always Better Together: Milk and Cereal.”
- Please watch a Wal-Mart commercial.
- Choose a commercial that speaks to you and answer the following questions:
- Describe the commercial in detail: Name of the company, product/service being advertised, what happens in the commercial?
- Who is the company trying to appeal to with this commercial? (Demographics: Age, gender, social class, economic class)
- What is the message behind this commercial? (What feelings does it promise the buyer – happiness, hunger, satisfaction, love, pain relief, power)
- What do you find most appealing about this commercial?
- Is there anything that could’ve been changed to make the commercial more appealing to others? Would you have made any changes to it?
- Be sure to answer ALL of the questions, giving specific details from the commercial to support your answers. Be sure to proofread for grammar and spelling errors as well.
- This should not be more than a page, a page and a half at most!
Homework Answer on The Wal-Mart’s Commercial on “Always Better Together: Milk and Cereal.”
The commercial “Always Better Together: Milk and Cereal.” Wal-Mart Company gives description of how certain things (its products such as milk and cereals) can work better when mixed together, being examples of grain and protein enriched products. Large stocks of such products are available for all customers shopping at Wal-Mart at lower prices.
Wal-Mart gives an assurance to its customers of staying stronger throughout the day especially the kids, when they start their morning with cereal plus milk at Wal-Mart restaurant.A description is shown where a child takes a mixture of cereal and milk as he starts the day.
Who is the company trying to appeal to with this commercial?
Wal-Mart Company is aiming at children (both male and female) of less than five years. The company’s products must meet the needs of all its consumers in the market. The prices of the products sold at Wal-Mart should be affordable as they avail heir products to customers from all social classes, and distribute them to the market at all times even during the financial crisis when most of the stores stay closed.