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Last year’s Super Bowl came about two weeks after the swearing in of one of America’s most divisive presidents. And the spots during the game reflected the angst many were feeling. There were messages of inclusion, open-mindedness and gender equality.
This week, I counted down my Top 5 Super Bowl spots of all time. It was no easy feat, considering that well over 1,000 advertising spots have run on the Super Bowl the last 52 years. To narrow it down, I chose spots that weren’t necessarily the funniest or the most poignant or had the coolest special effects.
One shouldn’t be surprised that at a time when the President of the United States continues to talk about the votes he did (or didn’t) get three months ago, political advertising has continued as well. But the difference is, the latest spots aired when people were actually paying attention:
It’s that time of year again. When the best of the best compete on a national stage to prove, once and for all, who reigns supreme in their chosen field of endeavor.