News March’s Ad of the Month shortlist revealed April 13, 2012 10:17 by Colin Delaney 7 The finalists for the latest round of Mumbrella’s TV Ad of the Month can now be revealed. The shortlist for March’s ads is based on self nominations, Mumbrella’s own selections and reader submissions. The winners are decided by Mumbrella readers who vote by taking part in the survey at the bottom of this item. The deadline for voting is Thursday 19 April. Campaigns are eligible whichever screen format they first ran on including TV, cinema and the web. The shortlist for March’s ad of the month: 1. Trade Secret – Bashful 2. South Australian Tourism Commission – Let Yourself Go – KWP! 3. Oak – HungryThirsty – The Monkeys 4. Big Richard – Level 34 Group 5. EFTPOS – You Are King – M&C Saatchi 6. Youth Projects – Grown Ups 7. Ubank – The Monkeys [SURVEYS 26] With the support of: Colin Delaney topics Bashful, Big Richard, EFTPOS, Grown Ups, hungrythirsty, KWP, M&C Saatchi, Oak, South Australian Tourism Commission, The Monkeys, Trade Secret, UBank, Youth Projects Share Tweet Share Comments: 7 Add Comment Rhonda gebrael 16 Apr 12 I reckon You are King is amazing, i vote for them. Reply Julie Ponder 16 Apr 12 What a great ad. Definitely the best. Reply Julie Ponder 16 Apr 12 You are King is aptly named Definitely the best. Reply Julie Ponder 16 Apr 12 You are King is aptly named. Definitely the best. Reply Glenn A 16 Apr 12 You are King rocks!!! If you skipped it or rated it less than first place, then look again coz I’m sure you are in the wrong! Reply Tracy Smits 18 Apr 12 Trade Secret Bashful LOVE IT Reply Pat Budden 18 Apr 12 Trade Secret… Bashful Great Add..Gets you in. Reply Have your say Name Email Address (optional) Website (optional) ADVERTISEMENT Most Discussed 62 Comments ADMA faces calls for boycott for Trump “support” 39 Comments Facebook streaming numbers plummet 94% after Nielsen recalibration 28 Comments Don Smallgoods wants to feature Aussie ‘Dons’ in latest campaign 25 Comments How Facebook and Twitter have turned the Australian public into pirates 23 Comments Remember the time McDonald’s created the #DownUnderBigMac hashtag and nobody used it?