Ideas that make you blink!

Mix two teams, a Super Bowl virgin, and a bucketload of wings. The result? A Blink Wink!

When you factor in two beloved teams, a Super Bowl virgin who’s all poised to delight us during halftime, and the colourful theatrics of Canada’s own Moment Factory, you know it’s going to be the greatest event of the year. If you missed it, well you missed a great show. But, hey, you’ll still have the commercials.  Here are some of the highlights:

Tom Brady: 3 SuperBowl rings.
Manning Brothers: 3 SuperBowl rings.

Samsung continues to take a bite out of Apple! it!

Acura & Jerry Seinfeld. If you are a Jerry Seinfeld fan, you may appreciate this and the reference to a special someone at the end. I chuckled.

DO you still work with Monkeys? Don’t despair. CareerBuilder is here!

Budweiser, Return of the king Super Bowl ad – evokes The Untouchables and The Natural.

Since I worked on Honda in my past life, I have a great affinity for the brand and it’s possibilities. Great attempt at reprieving the role of Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller, but perhaps lacked a proper director and tight script.

Pizza Hut supporting budding artists. Not particularly a creative breakthrough but thumbs up for attempted brand initiative.

Time Warner Cable incorporates shows. But could have been a bit more creative! Ricky Gervais guest stars.

It’s HalfTime in America by Chrysler. Starts somber, transcends product, conveys an imp societal message.

When the world ends, all that remains is Chevy & wait for it, the Twinkie. @WendyWilliams what do you think?

Coca Cola - Interesting idea – Makes you wonder why they didn’t think of this years ago.

Madonna’s nemesis endorses Pepsi.

Was it Victoria’s Secret? Was it a Yogurt ad? No, it was the Fiat 500 Seduction ad. Definitely kept you guessing. 

Chevy Aliens - Go Home! 

And if you’d like to catch the complete list of superbowl, catch up on the entire list here: Super Bowl Ads 


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