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A day or two later, the manager of the dealership got back to Sean and passed on contact information for R/West, the agency that produced the campaign.
Voicemail was left for R/West in March, 2003, and Jessa Barnes got back to Sean via e-mail on March 11, 2003.
Kris Marciniak, founder of the New England Subaru Impreza Club (NESIC), then created two Trunkmonkey cartoons on July 20, 2000 that portrayed the Trunkmonkey as a performance accessory, mechanic, and security system.
Shortly thereafter, Sean formed an amateur motorsports team aptly named Trunkmonkey Racing and later registered the Trunkmonkey domain name on August 20, 2001.
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Initial logos of the Trunkmonkey were designed which showed a silhouette of a monkey wielding a wrench in an aggressive posture.
Vinyl automotive decals of the Trunkmonkey logo and Trunkmonkey Racing text were then produced and sold via the Web and in-person at various amateur motorsports events.
A few days later, a NASIOC member from the West Coast digitized and posted a copy of the Suburban Auto Group Trunk Monkey advertisement.
He explained that he was the original creator of the Trunkmonkey concept and would like contact information for their ad agency to find out how the Trunk Monkey advertisements were conceived and produced.
The secretary was initially very rude saying that she was happy that they were first to the punch with such a great ad campaign, and said that she’d pass the message on to a manager.
A few weeks later, someone from Suburban Auto Group downloaded the video from and posted it on Suburban Auto
Sean started calling Suburban Auto Group in February of 2003 to get more information about the Trunk Monkey advertisements.As news of spread, NASIOC members started purchasing stuffed monkeys and mounting them in various locations in their cars.