Posted by: kgraven | February 4, 2011

Prime Time Super Bowl Sunday

One of the biggest events of the year is coming up very fast. Where not only the two teams battle it out on the field, but advertisers fight for the top commercial spots when the game isn’t in action. If you haven’t guessed it yet, I’m talking about the Super Bowl. According to AdWeek this Sunday is predicted to top last year Super Bowl’s audience by 3.5 million making the number of people tuned in worldwide around 110 million! With that many people viewing, it is a prime time to get your message or product out their literally for the world to see. So tune in to see what companies paid the millions of dollars to catch your attention in 30 seconds or less. Here is a some of the memorable commercials from the 2010 Super Bowl:

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  1. While I am one of “those” people who doesn’t really get into the Super Bowl, I have to admit that I, too, have a soft spot for the top-notch commercials aired during the game.
    I read this article on the Daily Dog earlier this week that speaks to the huge impact that Super Bowl commercials have on consumers.
    This article, which discusses the eleventh annual “AdBowl,” explains how viewers (who now more than ever are tuning in to the Super Bowl just for the commercials) can vote on their favorite Super Bowl Ad to crown the AdBowl champ. Genius.
    I have to say, this is a tactic that will definitely reel me in to watch the Steelers and the Packers duke it out on Sunday.
    If you want to vote, check out on Sunday. Let’s see who comes out victorious!

  2. I love the Super Bowl only for the great commercials played during it. I heard that the Black Eyed Peas are doing the half time show and I was kind of surprised. I don’t think that the Black Eyed Peas hit the Super Bowl’s target audiences. I think a performer like Tom Petty, who performed a few years back, or Aerosmith would hit the target audiences. Do you think the Black Eyed Peas were a good choice for the halftime show?

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