As part of its annual holiday ad blitz, Amazon is sending out a message to its 1.5 billion Prime members in the US, Canada, and the UK: “We’re not going to lie, we’re a little scared.”
“If you think we’re all crazy, then you’ve never had a holiday so special,” reads the ad.
“You’ll never see us again.”
According to the ad, the company will “send you back to your desk,” which is the same as leaving the office.
The message is directed at employees who want to take a break from work.
“We know you’re excited about your holiday and that’s why we’re giving you a little break to enjoy your time at home.
And if you’re still scared of going home, we’ll tell you exactly how to get there.
The ad says that the company has “worked hard to make it as easy as possible to make the right decision for you, the customer.”
As we reported last week, Amazon’s ads have also been targeted at women in recent years, targeting their “caring, thoughtful, and thoughtful ways.”
The ads have been used to make an argument that the internet and social media are good for women.
In January, Amazon and its sister company, Whole Foods, spent nearly $1 million on a billboard campaign in California.
Whole Foods CEO David Wallack said at the time that he was “very proud” of his company’s “great ads.”
This holiday season, Amazon will be spending $25 million to target ads for people under 40, according to the Advertising Age.
Amazon also has an ongoing “holiday ad blitz” in which it sends out adverts to stores across the US.
This latest ad campaign is a follow-up to the one it ran last year.
Last year, Amazon sent out hundreds of thousands of “holiday ads” across the country, with many of the ads being targeted at people who have a “holiday mindset.”
Amazon’s advertising blitz is expected to continue through January.
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