DevilDriver’s Dez Fafara and His Mom Appeared in a Honda Commercial
I’m a big fan of Hondas. I’m now on my third one, having recently upgraded from my siqq 1988 Accord to a 2010 Civic (I had a ’96 Accord at one point, too). Those Japanese cars just run forever, ya know?
DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara and his mom are gonna be drinking the Honda Kool-Aid soon, too, if they aren’t already: the mother and son duo got paid for a surprise appearance in a Honda commercial.
Honda’s running an ad campaign called “Random Acts of Helpfulness” in which a Honda employee gives away free stuff to unsuspecting shoppers, captured by hidden camera. The Fafaras got the treatment at a recent trip to the Rose Bowl Flea Market, and they’re featured briefly at the end of a new Honda commercial, which Dez captured and posted on Instagram. Mom got to keep the pots and pans she was looking at, too!
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[via Metal Insider]