Without a doubt, we have some pretty good marketing business-savvy people around here in Western New York. We know this because every other commercial you know exactly how it is going to end because they're catchy (sometimes over-played) commercial has embedded itself in our heads, which is exactly what these guys like to hear...
My cousin is a veteran who lost his legs in Afghanistan and he is a soldier that carries memories that we don't have to. I found this commercial to be very powerful and it was nominated for the 'Gouden Loeki' (Dutch commercial award) which is an advertising award that the public votes for. It surely gets my vote for the best commercial---ever!
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I’ve got to start with a confession: I don’t remember most of the commercials on TV during my high school years. But if the commercials were as mind-bogglingly strange as the ones from the 1990s seem to be, I think I might have asked for home schooling.
One downside of the Big Game broadcast each year is that so many commercials run during the game, or during the pre- and post-game shows, that sometimes a great commercial just gets lost in the sheer number of ads. This one, I think, doesn't deserve that fate.
One would expect a Will Ferrell Super Bowl Commercial to be talked about for weeks in advance, or at least be in the running for best ad after the game. Nope. Nobody knew about this spot except the folks in North Platte, Nebraska.
USA Today's Ad Meter on Super Bowl commercials has been tallying online votes on its website all night. As of this morning the Doritos slingshot baby was leading the pack, but a few other spots were not far behind. What was your favorite?