Okay, at the outset, let me say this: I like guns. I know guns. I never heard of Daniel Defense until I saw this ad. Which means Daniel Defense is winning. Read more...
The National Football League refuses to use a tasteful, low-key ad that theDaniel Defense gun manufacturing company submitted to air at the 2014Super Bowl XLVIII. Although the company is best known for manufacturing its popular line of DDM4 rifles, the commercial focuses on family, personal protection and individual rights, according to Guns & Ammo. Show More Summary
Are you ready for some controversy? That’s the kind of clever play on words that the headline makers are churning out now that the (presumably) first potential Super Bowl XLVIII ad has been banned by the NFL, and boy is this one going to get the Yahoo! commenters in an uproar. Show More Summary
A gun manufacturer's ad designed for the Super Bowl won't be run during the big game because it doesn't meet the NFL's standards for advertising. Daniel Defense, a high-end gun and firearm accessory manufacturer, developed the aboveShow More Summary
Via Guns & Ammo: Daniel Defense recently submitted a commercial to FOX to be played during the 2014 NFL Super Bowl XLVIII. Though the video doesn’t showcase one of the company’s popular DDM4 rifles, this paid advertisement spot was rejected by the NFL. Show More Summary
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Another Super Bowl brings another round of "banned" ads that end up getting nearly as much free publicity online as they would have received for millions of dollars during the big game. An early entry this year comes from Daniel Defense, which would have had to shell out upwards of $8 million to air this 60-second spot had Fox not rejected its pro-gun rights message.
Guns & Ammo magazine is reporting that the National Football League has nixed a prospective Super Bowl ad produced by Daniel Defense, a firearms manufacturing company based in Georgia, despite the fact that the ad in question does not even violate the league's official advertising policy. Show More Summary
According to Guns & Ammo magazine, the ad above, for gun-seller Daniel Defense, was submitted to the NFL for consideration to run during the Super Bowl. It was shot down: The NFL’s Advertising Policy addresses several Prohibited Advertising...Show More Summary
A Super Bowl commercial by Daniel Defense, a gun-selling company based out of Georgia, has been turned down by Fox due to the National Football League's policy.In the ad, a father is shown walking around his home as he discusses hisShow More Summary
Every year, Doritos gives away two free ad spots (worth approximately $4 million a piece) to play during the Super Bowl, literally the only time of year in which people get excited for commercial breaks. While winning filmmakers usually...Show More Summary
For the eighth straight year, Doritos will be "crashing" the Super Bowl with non ad agency ads. You can see all the submissions here. I've viewed many of them, and most of them suck balls, as usual — not that that's any different from when a Doritos ad agency creates the ads.But this one, "Finger Cleaner", is a winner. Show More Summary
Oreo kicked off the year with a brilliant, impromptu online ad during the Super Bowl, the success of which inspired countless other real-time marketing campaigns, many of which fell short Tech companies like Samsung and Google airedShow More Summary
As most of you are familiar, Doritos holds an annual “Crash the Superbowl” contest inviting amateur filmmakers to submit out-of-the-box ad spots with the winning entry possibly being aired during the Super Bowl, as well as the creators...Show More Summary
This has to be a Tim and Eric clip, right? Nope. It's a submission for the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl competition of 2014. We aren't really sure if this ad makes us want to buy Doritos, or just makes us want to be Doritos Lords and do a Doritos Dance. Either way, we wish the best to the creators in the fight to win the coveted commercial spot.
GoldieBlox created a catchy video set to the tune of the mid-1980s song, "Girls," for the Intuit Super Bowl ad competition. However, now the Beastie Boys are protesting the use of the song, leading to the beginnings of a legal war between the toy company and the band. Show More Summary
Pistachio maker Wonderful is known for using Internet favorites like Dennis Rodman and Keyboard Cat in their weird, minimalist ads, and they had a big hit with Psy's "Gagnam Style" Super Bowl spot last year. Now sources ranging fromShow More Summary
Some people think Google queries give us a window into our own subconscious. But are we looking at mere ghosts in the machine? Remember search stories? With their first ad ever, aired during the 2010's Super Bowl XLIV, Google depicted a world where it has become a regular part of the human experience--simply through search. Show More Summary
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