Tool Hits Jackpot for Ameristar

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Tool Director Sean Ehringer recently teamed up with Cannonball to produce a humorous seven-spot campaign for Ameristar Casinos.


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Client: Ameristar

Spot Title(s):







Captain Cutthroat, Wild Bill

Air Date: Summer 2011

Agency: Cannonball

Creative Director: Joe Bishop

Associate Creative Director: Aric Jost

Sr. Copywriter: Amy Venturella

Business Manager: Mary Jarnagin

Account Manager: Emily Bury

Chief Strategist: Stacey Goldman

Producer: Larry Israel

Prod Co: Tool

Director: Sean Ehringer

EP(s): Brian Latt, Oliver Fuselier

Editorial Co: 90 Degrees West

Editor: Scott Whiteaker

Producer: Ellen Legow

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Bicoastal Tool is an award-winning production company, representing top live-action directors and interactive directors for advertising projects. From funny... visually engaging... and/or interactive, Tool's diverse roster of unique talent creates unforgettable commercial and digital content across all platforms.

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