I grew up in Albany, New York, where Billy Fuccillo is the car dealing mogul who reigns as the top car dealer in Upstate New York (& Cape Coral, Florida).His untraditional commercials trigger a universal “where’s the remote?It appears that his commercials are never edited, and it’s most likely not the case that he has anybody telling him what he should or should not say.A majority of his commercials feature Billy talking off-the-cuff to the camera accompanied by a good looking blonde named Caroline, as well as “TV Pitchman” Tom Parker who makes a living doing ad-lib commercials like these.That store is the company’s largest, selling almost 1,000 cars a month, and it requires a lot of attention from him, Fuccillo said.
“People that know me, know the person I am and what I do for the communities,” Fuccillo said.Her nice knockers just complete her overall smokin' body. Her nice knockers just complete her overall smokin' body. Do they honestly think anyone can understand what they're saying when they're both talking at the same time? It accomplishes 2 things all ad agencies should avoid: first, it annoys potential customers.Hey Caroline, if you ever happen to read this (doubtful)... Hey Caroline, if you ever happen to read this (doubtful)... Second, YOU CAN'T UNDERSTAND A WORD THEY'RE SAYING.BTW, most of what they are saying is gibberish anyhow - just like most advertisements.If you want to know something about what they are offering, you need to go VISIT their dealerships and find out.