Top Five Commercials From Super Bowl XLVII
Super Bowl XLVII had plenty of great stories and the play on the field was some of the best competition in years. Between the Jim and John Harbaugh brotherhood battle and the lights shutting off for 34 minutes, the world was treated to quite an array of funny and interesting commercials.
All of the emotions were on display in these ads, and no matter where you were watching you had to enjoy the comic relief from such a heated and nerve-racking NFL game.
Even the most casual football fans tune into the Super Bowl strictly to watch the commercials so, it’s incredibly important for these companies to make a lasting impression. The usual suspects like: Doritos, Budweiser, and Go Daddy were all prevalent on Super Sunday but, only five made the cut as the best commercials from top to bottom.
Some ads went the more racy route believing that “sex sells” as supermodels from all over the country were featured throughout the game. Although the commercial spots are worth a fortune the ability to promote your brand with a few jokes or a quick display on such a large scale is priceless.
Let us know what your top five was or if you think I left any great commercials off the list with a comment below or a tweet using the hashtag #RML.
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