Super Bowl: GoDaddy Teases, Victoria's Secret Commits, Hyundai May Pull


OK, here we go. It's Super Bowl time. As usual, we have GoDaddy foisting upon us its now very tired "boo hoo, FOX banned our commercial" routine. This time, it's over the word "beaver." Damn, it's like an eighties teen flick all over again. And all of this comes after CEO Bob Parsons said a while back they might not even appear in the game so who knows what the hell to expect from they. Our guess is they'll tease us with these "banned spots" right up until game day when they announce they won't be appearing during the game. Of course, we hope that's not the case.

Next, we have Victoria's Secret gearing up for Valentine's Day with a holiday promotion Super Bowl spot in the game featuring VS model Ariana Lima along with Karolina Kurkova and Selita Ebanks. It will be the lingerie maker's first appearance in the game since 1999.

In a more depressing turn, we have Hyundai indicating it may pull the two :30's it committed to back in October citing a downturn in the economy. Pleas, please, please. We are not looking forward to writing that phrase over and over again. As reported in Automotive News, Hyundai spokesman Chris Hosford said, "We are reviewing whether or not we want to advertise on the Super Bowl."

by Steve Hall    Jan-16-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Super Bowl 2008   

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Oh Daddy! has posted the Victoria Secret Promo and I think GoDaddy's "Not so Skinny" (as Bob Parsons has said) Girls might just just not compete well for the Sexy Ad. In fact did they ever, they just got the SPIN FACTOR going and Fox Network should know all about SPIN!

Remember the Miami Bikini Joes Ad that he did for GoDaddy, the girls were maybe a little to young and hot for Candice or Bob and only ran on low grade shows like the Fishing Network. Next year GoDaddy might just try to loose the TNA idea and get on tract again. The first year was cool, the second year "warmed over" last year NAW! this year...the year the loose change (Millions) got blown up.

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