Nissan 2020 Murano: Nissan Perfectly Captures the Impossible Task of Leaving the Office at the End of the Day

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There’s a reason why Monday’s are so dreaded by professionals. It’s the first workday after the weekend, so it already gets a bad rap for that. But what makes it so dreaded is having to come back to work to deal with mountains of unanswered emails, the endlessly meetings and heaps of new tasks to accomplish. All the work you have to get through makes leaving the office at the end of the day a real and almost impossible task especially if you are the boss. Nissan tries to capture the whole craziness of it all with its ad for the Nissan 2020 Murano.

Nissan 2020 Murano: Nissan Perfectly Captures the Impossible Task of Leaving the Office at the End of the Day

About Nissan’s 2020 Murano Ad

To promote the Nissan 2020 Murano, the car brand released an ad called “Mondays”.  The “Mondays” ad perfectly captures the impossible task of leaving the office at the end of the day especially when you are the boss. This messaging seems to match the cars positioning, seeing as the Nissan 2020 Murano is being marketed as the car made for the modern boss. The Nissan 2020 Murano ad is made by creative agency TBWA\Chiat\Day and directed by Wayne McClammy.

More Details about the Nissan 2020 Murano Ad

The ad shows a boss as she approaches the end of the workday. As she is trying to leave she is met with “just one last thing” and hordes of her employees fighting to grab her attention with endless requests and questions. As she steps into her car to get away from it all, greater mayhem breaks out as her employees attempt a car chase and are flailing papers at the back of a semi-truck in the continuation to get into contact with their boss.

But she doesn’t seem to notice or be bothered by all the mayhem her employees are causing because she is given the luxury of having control and getting away from her all-consuming work life in the Nissan 2020 Murano.

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