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Brisk Yourself With A New Facebook App

Today Brisk is launching a fun Facebook application that allows anyone to turn themselves into a claymation figure just like the popular Brisk commercials which feature Ozzy Osbourne, Danny Trejeo and Eminem that we covered previously during the Super Bowl.

Similar to the infamous OfficeMax Elf Yourself from years ago, the app is pretty self-explanatory: just upload a good quality headshot of yourself looking straight ahead and pick one of the 6 following options –  Fat guy, Hip Hop, Gangster, Body Builder, Flash Dancer, and Rocker. I had to pick rocker of course. Now go on, Brisk Yourself and drop us a link to your image in the comments below.

Frank Gruber the Rocker - Brisk Yourself

Frank Gruber the Rocker - Brisk Yourself

Disclosure: In accordance to the FTC Guidelines, I am disclosing that my time, travel and accommodations have been compensated by Pepsi Co. for my participation in the “That’s Brisk, Baby!” campaign. Although I have a material connection to Pepsi Co., any publicly stated opinions of Pepsi Co. remain my own.

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2 Responses to “Brisk Yourself With A New Facebook App”


    Gail Murphy

    Your web page sucks, I went into it to in joy placing my picture into the character, but there is no were to enter into it, but you sure push and lock people in on other features while searching for a way to the Brisk Yourself Character game.

    Very disappointed.
    Gail Murphy

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