Altyris Inc

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Altyris Inc
Altyris Inc is listed in the Advertising Agencies category in High Point, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Altyris Inc which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Altyris Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for Altyris Inc is:
4196 Mendenhall Oaks Pkwy
High Point, NC 27265
(336) 841-0600

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Altyris Inc has an overall ZapScore of 86. This means that Altyris Inc has a higher ZapScore than 86% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in High Point, North Carolina is 36 and in the Advertising Agencies category is 41. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Vintage Ads Friday! If you like Twilight Zone and creepy dolls, this 90s commercial starring Mila Kunis is for... fb.me/w5osFDEn

Vintage Ads Friday! If you like Twilight Zone and creepy dolls, this 90s commercial starring Mila Kunis is for you. Mattel's Tammy Telephone was a chatty blonde doll that came with its own telephone handset. In this spot, Mila is thrilled to call and talk with Tammy, but to us it was just creepy - especially when little Tammy tells Mila "Let's share secrets..." What could possibly go wrong?


Vintage Ads Friday! John Travolta and Tom Berenger both appear in this commercial for Honda Motorcycles. In the... fb.me/yQb1WobV

Vintage Ads Friday! John Travolta and Tom Berenger both appear in this commercial for Honda Motorcycles. In the first half of the spot, Travolta plays a mail carrier who's about the opposite of the character he played in Saturday Night Fever. In the second half, Berenger plays a friendly cop doing a good deed. Oh, and the guy driving the station wagon? That's Cliff Osmond, a character actor who appeared more than 100 times in movies and television shows in the 1960s to 1990s. With actors like these, you'd think the music would be better.


Wayback Ads Wednesday - Back by popular demand, it's the Swing Wing! We originally posted this in 2014 and have... fb.me/GWxa6geh

Wayback Ads Wednesday - Back by popular demand, it's the Swing Wing! We originally posted this in 2014 and have had several requests for a re-post, so here it is. Transogram introduced the Swing Wing in 1965 and the world hasn't been the same since. This commercial catches the true spirit of the toy - frenetic shaking, glassy eyes and big smiles that look almost like the kids are grimacing in pain. Our favorite is the boy hanging upside down while swinging his wing - bet he couldn't walk in a straight line after that...


Vintage Ads Friday - Hey, hey it's the Monkees! They're sliding, swimming and making friends in this 1969... fb.me/1vumvo10r

Vintage Ads Friday - Hey, hey it's the Monkees! They're sliding, swimming and making friends in this 1969 commercial for Kool-Aid. And this isn't just any Kool-Aid; it's the exciting new sugar-sweetened Kool-Aid with the sugar already in it! Only three of the original band (Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones and Michael Nesmith) appear in the spot; the fourth original member (Peter Tork) had left the band. Don't remember the Monkees? Their mega hits included "Last Train to Clarksville", "Pleasant Valley Sunday", "Daydream Believer", and "I'm a Believer", and in 1967 they outsold the Beatles and the Rolling Stones combined. Last year (2016) the band went on their 50th anniversary tour in the US, Australia and New Zealand. Sweet!


Wayback Ads Wednesday - The original Mountain Dew television commercial from 1966. This animated spot features... fb.me/3CNH2Ypwm

Wayback Ads Wednesday - The original Mountain Dew television commercial from 1966. This animated spot features Willy the Hillbilly hootin', hollerin' and popping the cork out of a jug of Mountain Dew. Created in 1940 as a mixer for whiskey, Mountain Dew was named with the southern slang term for moonshine. In this commercial, we learn that "It'll tickle your innards 'cause they's a bang in every bottle!"