Move over Ali Landry, as UFC Octagon Girl Arianny Celeste could be a part of Super Bowl 48 if her Doritos commercial by Brandon Thomas -- titled "Goodboy" -- is selected by the chip giant as part of its "Crash the Super Bowl" contest, which calls for video submissions that will eventually be narrowed down to one lucky winner. Anyone think she has a shot?
There’s still a quarter of the NFL regular season left to play, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early for some of the biggest American corporations to start thinking about possible advertisements for the upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium on February 2, 2014. One of those companies is Doritos, as they are currently […]
So the NFL won’t allow the Daniel Defense Super Bowl commercial (see also National Review). Now I am no defender of the NFL. The state of professional football is horrible and the NFL is an overbearing Robber Barron (who prosecutes churches for putting games on a large screen [also a bad idea]). It has become [...]
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
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
Daniel Defense, one of the nation’s leading manufacturers and retailers in the firearms industry, was willing to pay top dollar for a...
Daniel Defense recently submitted this commercial to the NFL to be played during the Super Bowl. It was turned down because it was too offensive. Guns and Ammo reported: Daniel Defense recently submitted a commercial to FOX to be played during … Continue reading ?
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
The NFL has rejected a commercial submitted by firearm manufacturer Daniel Defense for the 2014 Super Bowl. Daniel Defense manufactures rifles on the AR-15 platform, but the commercial did not even mention Daniel Defense products. Instead,...Show More Summary
One of the numerous entries for Doritos 2014 Crash the Super Bowl commercial contest, Thomas Noakes’ spot is equal parts hilarious and disturbing. We won’t give away the punchline, but you can quickly guess where it’s headed.
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
Doritos is hosting some kind of contest where folks submitted commercials, which are now competing to be the one selected to air during the Super Bowl. This is one of the commercials that viewers can vote on. DO NOT VOTE...
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
It was a marketing ploy so perfectly executed that it seemingly had no fault. The Oakland startup GoldieBlox, in an attempt to woo Christmas shoppers to its building kits for girls and win a Super Bowl commercial contest, parodied the...Show More Summary
Remember Curvy Girl Lingerie, the plus-size lingerie store attempting to get a Super Bowl commercial? Well, it’s back, and with even more wonderful change. After a customer requested that there be non-professional models shown in the...Show More Summary
In the days after the Super Bowl, much of the public's attention gravitates toward television ads. Now, WestwoodOne, the radio programming company based in New York, is trying to bring some of that interest over to radio commercial...
With the holidays less than a month away (Hanukkah begins next Wednesday — hope you’ve got your gelt ready!), you’re already being bombarded with loud, crass, expensive toy commercials that don’t make you want to buy Polly Peesalot for your daughter so much as SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT UP I’M NOT BUYING MY THREE-YEAR-OLD A TABLET.
Bud Light has long owned the Super Bowl TV commercial airwaves. This winter, it’s also going to be king of the Hudson River ebb and flow. Per an announcement tipped to USA TODAY, the annual customary Bud Light Hotel will be a ship this year (Legacy) rather than a building. Show More Summary
Jaguar will pay about $4 million to advertise during next year's Super Bowl.
GoDaddy's controversial Super Bowl commercials and the negative reactions that follow them have become a kind of American tradition in their own right, but it looks like the company is finally switching gears. GoDaddy announced Thursday...Show More Summary