Commercials are usually a quick time to use the restroom, get a refill, or grab a snack during the game. But recently, you might have noticed that where you might usually expect yet another boring car commercial, Braden Holtby has been popping up instead.
Koons of Silver Spring released some brand new commercials starring the goalie himself. The Vezina-winner visits some DC monuments while looking like a downright snack.
One advertisement that was recently released opens with Holtby looking at the Lincoln Memorial. “Lincoln saved the Union…Braden Holtby saved the day,” the voice reads.
A flash of the Washington Monument appears with Holtby admiring it. The voice continues with, “Washington saved our country, Holtby just saves.”
Finally, we arrive at the Jefferson Memorial and the narrator continues, “Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. Holtby wrote the book on making saves.”
In my honest opinion, when it comes to creating a commercial about saving money on a car, I really can’t think of a better local athlete to represent.
Now, the second commercial that was recently uploaded is the one I think everyone needs to prepare themselves for since it opens up with Holtby gettin’ all spruced up. The theme of the advertisement? Being confident about savings. Both scenes show Holtby being confident in his game and in his lewk.
Of course, Holtby has been featured in a previous commercial with Koons of Silver Spring before. In his first ad, he’s asking about the size of the cup holders in a new car because…you know….he needs a pretty big one.
Headline photo: Koons Silver Spring
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