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Super Bowl Ad: Chevrolet breaks the bank with a fleet of commercials


It must be a good sign for the auto industry to see so many car brands coming out with their own commercials for the Super Bowl. We don’t know how much each commercial spot costs but we heard it’s somewhere around $2 million, making Super Bowl Sunday one of the most important, if not THE most important day of the year in the advertising circles.

For their part, Chevrolet spared no expense with the number of commercials they made specifically for the Super Bowl. Centered on the tag line "Chevy Runs Deep", each ad features a marketing spot for a number of Chevy-branded vehicles, including the Cruze , Cruze Eco, Volt , Camaro , and Silverado HD with a number of unique plots for each of the ads.

We’re not going to spoil anything, but we do have to say that Chevy hit some funny bones with their ads. Out personal favorites include "Tommy" and "Status", with "Ms. Evelyn" also places right up there for the all the meaty guys watching the game.

Check all the ads after the jump and get your fix of all of them before watching the game. At least you’ll be ahead on some of your friends on that department.

Source: Chevrolet


9 comments:

haha! Those ads are truly worth watching. I think ads is the important factor in a Chevy way. It seems that they would do anything just to bring a great result for showing their cars.

hehe. I guess you are right. Chevy really tries to impressed the audiences by doing heroic act. Well, when I was watching the video I have the same thought.

Wow! It seems that Chevy never waste their time in nonsense talking all I have seen is the Chevy car s in action! However, I don’t know if this car works the same in real life.

hmm. Well, Chevy cars are great but not all. I’m not really a fan of electric cars so definitely I don’t like the this Chevy Volt!

I actually wasn’t surprised that Chevrolet churned out these many ads for the Super Bowl. Considering how aggressive their marketing strategies are, they are likely to pull this one off.\

I agree with you, whpony96..but its there money anyways..they can do what ever they want.

Motor car of the year! That’s nice! Well, there’s no doubt that Chevy become so popular later last year!

Did you realize that for each 30 second commercial during the superbowl that each company will pay 3 million dollars this year. What would happen if they would just donate it to our homeless families in the US? After all we did bail most of these companies out not to long ago. I guess they weren’t "that" broke afterall.....here’s a just a few figures.

Chrysler = $12 million
Pepsi = $18 million
GM = $15

They aren’t breaking the bank..... They are using the money that they begged us to give them to bail them out......

Its to bad the public wont notice that at the cost of each of those commercials that they obviously weren’t that "Broke" after all...

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