Top 10 Ads Aired — Great Super Bowl XLV TV Commercials

Dateline: Sunday, February 6, 2011 – 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. CST

   It has been reported that over 110,000,000 viewers tuned into the Green Bay Packer – Pittsburgh Steeler championship game and companies paid approximately $3 million per 30 seconds for their commercials.

     The “dogs of the day” were ads for Hyundai, GoDaddy.com, and Mini Cooper. Fortunately for former Nascar driver Danica Patrick, Joan River’s appearance in a second ad rated higher than average.

the record crowd in Arlington, Texas, did not see any commercials aired by FOX Network

     Conventional wisdom for the last forty years says the stock market will rise more than ten per cent during 2011, but we are uncertain in which months this will happen

     This pending security value increases does not mean any improvement of the American economy. The Packer win was complemented with some great commercials and other disappointments.

     According to the annual USA Today polling, Doritos/Frito Lay regained their popularity crown from Mars Bars, Inc., during the course of paid TV advertisements. GM, VW, Pepsi, and CareerBuilder gave the snack food maker a run for their $60 million dollar a minute money. The subject matter involved dog and monkey characters acting much like human beings.

     Our research resulted in following top ten listing:

1. Doritos

2. Budweiser

3. CareerBuilder

4. General Motors

5. Pepsico

6. Volkswagon

7. Mercedes-Benz

8. BMW

9. E-Trade

10. Stella Artois

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