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I have to admit, up until last year I was not that much into the sport of football, therefore, I only watched the Super Bowl for the ads! This year I was a bit more into learning the game’s history and I did follow the games as much as I could, and that’s why I have started a new blog about the sport and will reveal more info about it in time.
However, until today, millions of people are still not interested in the game, for whatever reason it is, but they still watch the Super Bowl. Why? Simply for the commercials.
This year, I will be in a live concert at the same time of publishing this post, and thanks for the technology we have today, in the second part of this post, you can watch all the commercials as they come on, and also comment on it, without leaving the page that your at. 🙂
But before we start voting, I need to know, do you watch the Super Bowl for the game or for the ads? Or for both?!
The build up for this event is huge, for example, Pepsi, as one of the main sponsors of the game, is just about every where! not just in online advertising, but it’s in every store I have walked in in the past week, even at the Swatch store in Times Square!!
Don’t get me wrong, I think that this is a brilliant idea, marketing in games, otherwise, how would all the players get paid!
Now down to the advertising:
NBC is the main benificial of this event.
However, the marketing before the game is another build up, 3 movies were advertised that stuck on my mind, thanks to the cast of the movies being there. The 3 movies are:
Fast & Furious ( After watching the trailer, I like that Vin Diesel’s car had NJ license plates).
Race to Witch Mountain (With one of my all times favorite: The Rock!)
Paul Blart: Mall Cop (Already number 1 for the second week in a row).
Also I heard that the first trailer of another favorite of mine will be revealed tonight, The new Transformers Movie.
Continue reading at part 2…
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