Title "Hola Bus Stop"
Agency Deutsch
Production Company Biscuit Filmworks USA
Special Effects / VFX A52 Visual Effects
Audio Mix 740 Sound Design & Mix
Campaign Live Más
Advertiser Taco Bell
Brand Taco Bell

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Type Television
Length30 seconds
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Color The Mill LA
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Chief Creative Officer Mr. Mark Hunter
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Line Producer Mr. Jay Veal
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Executive Producer Mr. Shawn Lacy
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Editor Mr. Ted Guard
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Director of Content Production Ms. Victoria Guenier
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