Monday, February 4, 2013
Vote on some of the most popular commercials during Super Bowl 47.
One of the most anticipated aspects of the Super Bowl each year are its commercials. 2013 is no different with popular brand names like Doritos, Taco Bell, Volkswagon and many more pulling out all the creative stops to make thier ads pop. Advertisers paid an average of $3.8 million for each 30 seconds of air time, according to USA Today. What was your favorite commercial? Vote in our poll and tell us why in the comments below.
Monday, February 6, 2012
Did you skip the commercials? Here's an easy way to catch up on those most talked about.
From the Hyundai factory workers singing an a capela version of the Rocky theme song to the sexy-and-they-know-it M&Ms, the Super Bowl commercials offered plenty to talk about. Like the "Imported from Detroit" Chrysler spot that featured Clint Eastwood. Or the armagedon scene where only those who drive Chevys appear to have survived. And the Doritos slingshot baby, which, by the way, we are told Lahser High School graduate Nate Daniels helped produce (he says no babies were harmed in the making of the commercial, by the way). Advertisers paid an average of $3.5 million for each 30 seconds of Super Bowl air time according to USA Today. Just so you can be ready for the Monday morning water cooler, here's a look at a few talked-about …
Thursday, February 2, 2012
We've got all you need to know from the game, parties and food to where to watch.
It’s one of the most popular party days of the year. People gather in bars, basements and even around the television in their own home to watch and celebrate the biggest sporting event in the world: the Super Bowl. Some who gather are certified sports nuts, while others know little about the teams or the game and find more joy in the commercials than any play on the field. Wherever you fall in the spectrum of Super Bowl fan, we can help fill the gap in every area - and that’s what we’re aiming to do with our guide to Super Bowl Sunday. See, there’s a little something for everybody in what we like to call “Patch’s Guide to a Super Super Bowl Sunday.” So, you want throw a party for Super Bowl Sunday? Don’t sweat it. Here are a few tidbits …
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
At home, a friend's house or at a local watering hole? We want to know where you're going to be for this Sunday.
Whether it's in your own front room, a friend's basement or the corner sports bar, people celebrate the Super Bowl like no other sporting event on the calendar. We want to know where you plan to spend Super Bowl Sunday. Are you hosting a party at home or going to a friend's house? Maybe you prefer a bar like Tavern on the Main, The Hideout or Moose Winooski's. Or, perhaps, you're going to be in Indianapolis, seated somewhere in Lucas Oil Stadium, watching the game live (lucky you)! Do you even care where you are, as long as you get to see the commercials? We want to know just where you're going to be come 6:30 Sunday evening, when Super Bowl XLVI kicks off.