Scott Cooper Miami Reveals Mercedes-Benz, Pringles Show details about their Super Bowl Plans
On February 3, 2019, over 100 million individuals will emphasise on party nachos, soccer pools, Maroon 5 and ridiculous TV ads. Oh, and Super Bowl LIII (53) too, the yearly gridiron classic–played this time in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the two million square-foot wonderplex crowned from the world’s most ambitious retractable roof.
According to Scott Cooper from Miami, “This next-generation, LEED platinum-certified stadium might be the Super Bowl’s true MVP, a sign of advanced engineering, innovation and technology.” The viewing audience is going to be blown away by its layout and fan-friendly attributes –the angular winged façade, the translucent flower petal roof, a 360-degree HD Halo Oculus (the world’s largest LED video board), standing-room-only sky bridges, a 16-story glass Window to the City, a 110,000-square-foot outdoor”Front Porch” fan plaza, and a swooping falcon football sculpture, which is conveniently ignored should the favored New Orleans Saints come marching in.
Super Bowl LIII is a little more than two weeks away and advertisers’ plans are gradually coming into focus. Here is the latest news:
After sitting out last year’s Super Bowl, Mercedes-Benz is back. The automaker’s minute-long ad, because of its new A-Class sedan, will star Ludacris. The Atlanta-raised hip-hop artist and actor recently visited Ron Clark Academy in his hometown–where Super Bowl LIII has been held, at Mercedez-Benz Stadium–and surprised pupils.
Pringles, which made its Super Bowl debut last year with a spot featuring Bill Hader, will be returning to the big game. Scott Cooper Miami revealed that this year’s 30-second advertisement will once more be a part of he chip brand’s”flavor stacking” campaign. Pringles has released a collection of teasers that each features a forlorn digital assistant.
Expensify to create its Super Bowl debut
As per Scott Cooper Miami Beach, Expensify, an internet investment system, has announced it will be advertising in Super Bowl LIII. The 30-second commercial is part of the provider’s new”You Weren’t Born To Do Expenses” effort.
“Given that we have more clients than the rest of the industry combined, people are surprised to learn that we got here entirely with advertisements,” Expensify CEO David Barrett said in a statement. “We’ve grown 100 percent through word of mouth, but life’s too short to let others do the talking, and what better place to grab the mic than the Super Bowl?”