By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 16, 2006
Need a change of pace? Take a break with us as we examine Frank and Gordon, the most talked about Beavers north of the 49th parallel, courtesy of Bell Canada and created by leading Quebec advertising agency, Cossette Communication Group.
The two most active beavers on the Canadian television scene are back with holiday commercials clad in hockey gear and promoting the services of telephone service provider, Bell Canada.
For a little while, Frank and Gordon have been on the sidelines, last seen during campaigns that ran during the Olympic Games in Turino.
We blogged about them primarily because of the voices behind the Bell beavers, Norm MacDonald and Ken Campbell.
Well, folks, the beavers have returned, but their web presence has been somewhat diminished, limited to the Bell Canada website as seen below:
As noted and confirmed on the blog Strategic Marketing Montreal the FrankandGordon.com website is unavailable and the FrankandGordon.ca website now redirects to the Bell home page.
If you recall, the Canadian version of the Frank and Gordon website was not started by Bell but by Ken Schafer. Perhaps Bell bought Ken's website?
The saga continues...
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