The Super Bowl has one of the largest viewer bases in the history of television. Love it or hate it, the Super Bowl continues to generate record ratings year after year. In fact, more money was pumped into the 2018 Super Bowl than last year… especially now that can watch the event on their tablets and cell phones!
But let’s face it: Every year, Super Bowl season makes everyone go nuts for a while. And how could you avoid it? Super Bowl Sunday’s often most-talked-about part is the very, very expensive television commercials. We have seen many incredible NFL promotions across many years, and they are extremely diverse in tone, to say the least.
Some of Super Bowl ads are hilarious, some are politically-charged, and some of them are touching and will move you to tears. Super Bowl Sunday is a magical time, indeed… and advertisers know it. That’s why they spend MILLIONS on ads to get your attention, but I bet you probably haven’t seen THIS one…
The ad is by the popular chips brand Doritos, and they inject their brand very tastefully and elegantly into the video, so the important message doesn’t get obscured (I bet you won’t even notice it until the very, very end).
This is one of the most beautiful and inspiring commercials I’ve seen, especially for a food ad. It has a very important message, which is raising awareness about a very important topic we cannot afford to ignore:
Every day, 22 veterans commit suicide in the US. That number shocked me, too. We might not want to hear about war when we want to be happy, but it’s important to value those who gave it all for us in service. They are true heroes and inspirations to all of us… and we MUST take better care of our veterans. NOW. The time for political promises is over. Our veterans need our support NOW.
Don’t miss this commercial. It’s truly one of the most moving Super Bowl ads we have ever seen and everyone agrees. This is the way you should make a Super Bowl commercial. You can make a point without being political.
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