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It’s commendable that Audi is committed to implementing equality in the workplace.Hopefully other leading brands will follow suit.” Judging by the run-up to Super Bowl LI, the message is resonating.Budweiser's Super Bowl ad might provide a powerful and timely message about the importance of immigration, but as far as historically accuracy goes, it falls as flat as a half-empty beer left over from last night's rager.At least, that's the word from William Knoedelseder, the author of the 2014 book "Bitter Brew: The Rise and Fall of Anheuser-Busch and America's King of Beer.""It's got wonderful production values, it's very expensive and, I think, very effective — and mostly fiction," Knoedelseder told Slate. Esiason will campaign on behalf of the homosapiens, and Ruah advocates for the critters.Viewers can vote for their favorites starting today at CBS.com, and one “Man” and one “Beast” ad will advance to the live vote during the broadcast.But in the case of first-time Super Bowl advertiser 84 Lumber, it was a political message that was rejected for being “too controversial.” The 90-second spot, created by the Pittsburgh-based agency Brunner, included images of immigrants unable to cross the border due to a wall, according to a story in Campaign, a trade publication that covers the communications industry. "So we went back and revised the spot to make it acceptable to them." According to Brunner, Fox approved the new version, which aired just before halftime at an estimated cost of million.
A first date can be nerve-wracking for everybody involved. Fortunately, as Kevin Hart shows in a hilarious new Super Bowl ad for the Hyundai Genesis, everything can be made easier with a new gizmo installed in the 2016 model.
“We want the world to know 84 Lumber is the place for people who don’t always fit nicely into a box.” “While the full story will no longer be told on TV at the Super Bowl, we all believe too strongly in that message to leave it on the editing room floor," said Brunner.
As every family sitcom since the advent of television has taught us, fathers will go to great lengths to ensure their teenage daughters are safe when they start dating. In Hyundai’s Super Bowl commercial, Hart follows his unsuspecting daughter from place to place while she’s on a first date to make sure the guy she’s with doesn’t get any fresh ideas.
That there is this imaginary leftist/feminist wall keeping her from aspiring to be great?
The 90-second part of the commercial that did appear on TV showed a Hispanic mother and daughter as they leave their home on a long journey.It’s not pornographic, it’s not immoral, it’s not racist.” 84 Lumber, based in Eighty Four, Pa., said the campaign will kick off a national recruiting campaign to help its current workforce of 5,100 employees grow.