Star Furniture Commercials
Every now and then we like to feature the commercials from different furniture stores. We’re slowly going to be adding more of them as we finish covering other aspects of the stores. One great one to touch upon is Star Furniture in Texas. It can be difficult to identify their ads as there are a few other Star Furnitures on the market, but we’ve tried our best to provide their samples to you.
This first option is part of a series done by the Star Furniture Clearance Center and is a great, great ad. I rarely smile when watching commercials but this one made me laugh. The actor plays the role perfectly and it really connects with my experience shopping. It does a great job touching on the store’s furniture, making it a rare ad that is entertaining, and relevant.
Another video from the same segment, shows that they really had the idea down. I’m not sure if the same team made these commercials as the standard Star Furniture commercials but they deserve to. This video isn’t as good as the last, but it is lighthearted, entertaining, and convinced me that the furniture was nice. Watching it, I wanted to go to the store and check out the deals and see if it’s really as good as they say.
A more conventional advertisement from Star Furniture, this ad is not as good as the others, but still outclasses most. The company shies away from the standard perception of a discount furniture store and doesn’t barrage the screen with deals. Instead, they talk about the beauty of their options, their devotion to quality, and their interest in serving you.
Then you have ads like this one. Tax Free, Interest Free, great deals. Standard commercial that might excite someone looking for a deal, but it doesn’t have anywhere near the presence as the previous options. When it comes to shopping for good furniture, I think the other commercials do a much greater job invoking a feeling of a place you want to shop.
What do you think? Have you seen Star Furniture’s commercials before? Do any particular styles of delivery connect with you more and make you want to shop? Or do all of the commercials just turn you off?