The much-anticipated football game has come to an end and millions watched as the Kansas City Chiefs won in overtime.
While many people tuned in to watch the two teams play their hearts out on the field, just as many came for the commercials. This year did not disappoint with funny, unique, and tear-jerking ads.
Since we are huge animal lovers, the ones that featured any sort of animal were our favorites. Check out several of our favorites below and don’t forget to share your favorite commercial in the comments.
Budweiser Super Bowl commercials have been favorites over the years due to the Clydesdales, which were brought back this year, and their loyal Labrador retriever friend. The return of the Clydesdales was announced two weeks before the big game, so fans knew to keep an eye out for the majestic animals on Super Bowl Sunday.
This year’s ad titled “Old School Delivery” is sure to make you smile. The trusty steads are seen pulling a wagon full of beer and delivering it to a local pub with the help of their dog friend who showed them the way through a snowstorm. Check it out below.
Kawasaki debuted their side x side vehicle called the Ridge with a hilarious commercial that highlights the features by bringing back an infamous haircut. Check out the “Mullet” ad that just may change the way you view the “business in the front, party in the back” style.
Who knew that a turtle would look so adorable with a mullet?!
Viewers on YouTube are already calling it the “Best 2024 Super Bowl Ad” and @JimBeaver15 commented, “This was epic. Marketing team nailed this!”
Hellmann’s found a spectacular way to promote their brand of mayo and reduce food waste during this year’s Super Bowl. A cat known as “Mayo Cat” is their new spokes-cat thanks to her meow that sounds like she is saying “mayo”. She stars in the 60-second ad alongside “Barbie” actress, Kate McKinnon, and the ad is purr-fect.
Chris Symmes, senior marketing director of dressings North America at Unilever told CNBC, “We’re excited to be back in the Big Game and to continue using this cultural moment, and second most wasteful food day of the year in the U.S., to help inspire viewers to think creatively about what’s in their fridge.”
Watch it below and don’t forget to share.
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
One that really touched our hearts and brought tears to our eyes was the commercial for Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center from the view of a volunteer therapy dog named Hawk Hartman. “In the past, you’ve seen what makes Roswell Park special through the eyes of our patients and staff, but for this year’s Big Game, here’s the view from one of our very good boys,” captioned the ad on YouTube.
Hawk shares what he witnesses on his visits and how the center is helping people in need. The sweet boy does his part to make their days a little brighter and claims that he is “one lucky pup”.
Grab a tissue and check out the ad below.
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