The Super Bowl celebrates 50 years with the game this Sunday.
Countless ads have debuted during the Super Bowl. Let’s face it, if your team isn’t playing, many of us watch the game for the ads. And maybe the halftime show. Some of those have been just as memorable.
Which ads do you remember most?
Apple’s “1984” ad?
“Mean Joe Greene” for Coca-Cola?
How about the 2011 Volkswagen ad, with the little boy dressed as Darth Vader who believes he used “The Force” to start his dad’s VW?
That VW ad is the most shared Super Bowl ad to date. Budweiser ads round out the other Top Four ads earning a spot on the “Most Shared” list.
We asked the Majority Strategies team to draft our own Super Bowl of mail with some of our most well-known and popular pieces, including those that have made their way onto The Daily Show and Larry King.
First, “The Satirist.”
Next up, “The Gorilla.”
Then we have “Cut & Run.”
And finally, “That Neighbor.”
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