Another sneak peek…our newest Pure Michigan Wine radio ad

This ad won’t hit the airwaves until September 9, but we wanted to let you listen to it first.  This one is all about Michigan wines.  Did you know that Michigan is home to over 50 wineries, and 13,000 acres of vineyards that stretch across our state, and produce world-class wine?  We have miles of wine trails for you to explore, where you can experience the rich Michigan wine culture while tasting some of the finest wines. 

We hope you enjoy this radio ad, and that you find time this fall to experience a Pure Michigan winery.  Leave us a comment, and let us know what you think!

13 thoughts on “Another sneak peek…our newest Pure Michigan Wine radio ad

  1. These ads are fabulous! Many times when listening to the radio or watching TV, I tend to “tune out” the advertising. I don’t when it comes to the Pure Michigan ads – they are appealing and really do hit on people’s emotions. The music and Tim Allen’s voice are perfect for each other. Please keep up the good work – I think these ads work and I truly enjoy them.

  2. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these ads!! They tug on the heartstrings! I’m so glad that this campaign did not fall victim to budget cuts! Born and raised here, all of these ads ring true to me! Michigan truly is a wonderful state to live in.

  3. These ads take me back to my childhood days in Michigan like it was yesterday. I’m packing the car now to head to the lake for the weekend. Keep up the great job of promoting a beautiful state!

  4. I love your ads. sometimes I cry when I hear them.
    The new one mentions the 4 seasons and the 4 great lakes. what happened to the 5th great lake?
    Thanks for the ads. Michigan is a beautiful place to live.

  5. I have loved all the Pure Michigan ads. With Tim Allen’s wonderful voice, I can’t wait for the next time I go expolring Michigan again. The latest ad, like the Michigan wines….Excellent!! Thank you, keep up the good work

  6. Wonderful ad! Though the numbers aren’t quite correct — let’s make that over 60 wineries, and you only get to 13,000 acres of vineyards if you count all the concord grapes planted for making juice and jam.

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