The time has come to celebrate what many consider the peak of American sports entertainment: the Super Bowl. We are about to see the two best teams in the NFL battle for this year’s Lombardi Trophy. For some, the media frenzy and advertising campaigns that air during the game are more entertaining than the game itself. The Super Bowl is one of the most prestigious televised events in North America, and brands are willing to pay to take advantage of the opportunity to reach millions of potential customers. Despite NBCUniversal charging $7 million for a 30-second spot, all of the commercial time was sold out almost two weeks before the game, according to AdWeek.
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