Press Release: Space Travel: From Fiction To Reality For The Average Man
(Parsippany, New Jersey) February, 2013
Growing up, did you want to be an Astronaut? The boy in this
commercial for Toyota’s new Rav4 does. The ad, entitled “Wish Granted” http://www.toyota.com/, features Kaley Cuoco from CBS’s “The Big Bang Theory,” as a genie granting wishes to the Henderson family. The son wishes to become an astronaut and the family takes off into space with their Rav4 as their spaceship. This is just one of the many things the family does in the “let’s go places” motto from Toyota.
How about really traveling into space though? AXE bodywash is giving a lucky contest winner the chance to do that! According to their contest they are looking for people who want to travel into space. The only thing you need to do to leave a man and come back a hero is check out their contest and sign up here https://www.axeapollosweepstakes.com/v/2/.
You win the chance to join the AXE Apollo Space Academy and fly into space because nothing beats an astronaut…ever!
Dan Honig, COO of Astronaut.com, said: “We are thrilled to hear about how space travel is becoming increasingly popular with companies today. With new technological advancements, other companies will be piggy backing off of AXE’S cleverly titled ‘AASA’ campaign and sending people into space!”
Another company jumping on the Astronaut idea is Kia. The father, driving a 2014 Sorento in the ad http://www.youtube.com/user/KiaMotorsAmerica/,
explains to his son where babies come from using a baby Astronaut analogy. For all those new parents out there, the Sorento has an answer for everything! The YouTube video has over 50 million hits already.
So whether you are serious about going into space or just wondering how to explain about the origin of babies’ in “Babylandia,” Astronaut.com is your hub to all things Astronaut!
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