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February 11, 2017


It’s that time of the year again for me where I “binge watch” on all the Super Bowl ads (plus the halftime show as I don’t really fully understand American Football as much as I do basketball and volleyball). I’m impressed at great storytelling through words, a song or even just images in 30 seconds, some in a minute or so.

Watching Super Bowl ads has been a tradition ever since I started my Marketing career (and YouTube happened). Three years ago, I was so thrilled when I was actually watching the Super Bowl ads from the US and not a couple hours after the game on Youtube!  There were inspiring, humorous and brilliant ads this year, and sadly, corny ones too, but here are six that stood out for me.

Fabreze: Halftime Bathroom Break

Video credit: Fabreze YouTube Channel

Avocados from Mexico: Secret Society

Video credit: Avocados from Mexico YouTube channel

NFL: Inside These Lines

Video credit: NFL YouTube channel

Lifewtr: Inspiration Drops

Video credit: Lifewtr YouTube channel

Michelob ULTRA: Our Bar

Video credit: Michelob ULTRA YouTube channel

T-Mobile: Punished

Video Credit: T-Mobile YouTube Channel


Photo from NFL On Location Experiences


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