As the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers prepare for Sunday’s Super Bowl, we’re already getting a sneak peek at the other high profile “game” of the night – the battle over who has the best Super Bowl commercial.
In recent years the quest to find the commercial that can match the success of Apple’s “1984” or Chrysler’s “Eminem” ads has shifted online, where advertisers are hoping their commercial turns into a viral video before the game even begins.
Well, this year, old favorites like Anheuser-Busch/Budweiser and GoDaddy.com are already back in the game, but we will also be seeing some new contenders.
To see the commercials that are likely to air during The Big Game, click here: newsnet5.com
Article Courtesy of WXYZ.com and WEWS NewsChannel 5
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