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COVID-19 forces Super Bowl commercials to strike a different tone this year

COVID-19 forces Super Bowl commercials to strike a different tone this year

Some commercials which will be aired at the Super Bowl this year will reportedly strike a different tone in lieu of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some advertisers are reportedly planning on weighing in on the reality of the moment while trying not to be offensive, while others are forging ahead with lighthearted humor. A few advertisers will show how their technology can help in a stay-at-home world.

Tom A
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Jon 3 months

Let ne guess. Hyper wealthy super privileged Hollywood elites are going to try turning on their supposed charisma to tell us plebs what to think so we'll get in line. Keep your preaching to a minimum, nobody cares what actors think.

Rocket 3 months

All lame garbage to appease a minority of the CLOWNS in the USA that consider themselves "woke", 'social justice warriors'. Nothing but a bunch of simpering punks, "oppressed" multi-millionaires (and their SJW fans), being paid to block and tackle while carrying a ball on a striped field. Normal Americans don't waste their time or money watching those punks DISRESPECTING our Country by kneeling during our National Anthem! This is why the NFL'S ratings are in the toilet, and will remain there until the owners get their heads out of their assess!

Beijing Biden
Beijing Biden 3 months

Hopefully goes back 15 years ago so it's not nonsense blm, alphabet ppl, feminazi propaganda, or whatever vile leftist propaganda. Just make a funny wierd commercial for ALL.

Yuri bezmenov
Yuri bezmenov 3 months

So losing more customers.

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