Super Bowl Commercials 2012: Sponsors We Know Won't Disappoint
Super Bowl commercials are the sole reason some people even watch the big game. It doesn't matter to them who is playing or even who wins, as long as the commercials are both entertaining and funny.
Luckily for those commercial lovers, certain companies always come through with excellent ads for the biggest sporting event of the year.
Super Bowl XLVI won't be any different from previous years, as a few particular companies are expected to give us a good laugh during timeouts and in between quarters.
With that said, here are those sponsors that we know won't let us down for Super Bowl XLVI.
The polar bears are making a Super Bowl appearance, and as you can see it doesn't disappoint. What's great about this commercial, though, is that there are different versions of it.
Depending on how the game is going, Coca-Cola will air a certain version of the commercial, which is pretty cool.
Coca-Cola has always done a great job with Super Bowl commercials. The polar bears never miss, and of course nobody will ever forget the commercial with Mean Joe Green in it. Plus, this gem from 2008 featuring parade balloons was fantastic, as it the true underdog who won the refreshing bottle of coke.
No matter how the night is going, fans can count on Coca-Cola to deliver a great commercial.
They have been around as long as some companies when it comes to Super Bowl commercials, but Volkswagen does an outstanding job nonetheless.
Last year, the car company nailed their ad when it featured a kid trying to use the force while dressed as Darth Vader.
This year, Volkswagen does it again with another smash hit. First they hit you with a motivated dog, then they wrap it up with Star Wars to make it a great sequel.
Expect Volkswagen to continue to be great players in the Super Bowl commercial business for years to come, as they're doing great things in advertising.
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"Grab some buds" has been their main focus recently, so expect greatness for that on Super Bowl Sunday.
Beer and football go hand in hand, which is why Budweiser will always be pumping out great Super Bowl commercials.
It's best if you just wait until the game to see Budweiser's commercials because they are meant to be seen at your Super Bowl party with all your friends.
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