SpotBowl Readies Third Annual Super Bowl Commercial Poll


SpotBowl, created by Harrisburg, Pennsylvania agency Pavone, is gearing up for its third year of Super Bowl commercial adoration. The site has a line-up of brands planning to advertise during the game, a blog that will provide a running commentary on all this Super Bowl 2007, tips on how to throw a Super Bowl party, the ability to vote on the commercials, facts and figures about Super Bowl advertising but, apparently, not the spots themselves. You'll have to watch them on your own or find them elsewhere online. Who can blame them for that, though? Why pay for all that bandwidth when YouTube, AOL and many others are willing to do it for you?

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (3)     Jan-26-07  
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It's just Harrisburg.
We don't take the extra "h" like Pittsburgh.

Posted by: Anon on January 26, 2007 02:25 PM

Hey Steve, thanks for the mention! We'll have the commercials too, thanks to our obscene bandwidth upgrade this year.

Posted by: (Un)Official Bud Bowl Historian on January 29, 2007 08:16 AM

This year we'll be hosting the ads as well. Big server upgrade and we'll be posting the spots between 5 and 10 minutes after they appear on the broadcast. Good looking out with the mention.

Posted by: J Fresh on February 3, 2007 09:30 AM

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