Not content to let competitor Ford steal all the online limelight, Chrysler will tomorrow launch a Web site, askDrZ.com, aimed at improving the company’s image by giving it a human face. On the site, users will be able to pose questions to DaimlerChrysler Chairman Dieter Zetsche.
Ads across all media — interactive advertising includes AOL, MSN and Yahoo — will include the AskDrZ.com URL. It’s unlikely you’ll miss this campaign, as it’ll appear on network and cable TV; in mass-market magazines like People; in national and local newspapers; and on radio in the top 50 markets.
The effort launches in conjunction with an employee pricing summer sales program.
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