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Audi goes to the dogs for Superbowl 2014

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Bring on the commercials! Superbowl time is about football, party time, food and commercials and not necessarily in that order. Even those who aren't ardent football fans tune in on Superbowl Sunday to see the newest, cutest, freakiest, smartest commercials.

The upcoming Superbowl commercials are being previewed and shared all over the country days before the event takes place. We don't usually brag about loving commercials but, on this occasion, the commercials are an essential and integral part of the afternoon celebration that summons cheers, jeers, laughter, replays and thumbs up or down and even a few shouts.

Audi will be catering to our hankering for humor as well as our love of dogs. Both big dogs and little dogs will be addressed in the "Doberhuahua" commercial. The refusal to compromise is the underlying message signifying Audi's intent to present luxury and quality no matter what. The "Doberhuahua" is the wacky creation of a compromise that should never have happened and its a silly idea ripe for giggles. Check out the "Doberhuahua" compromise in the attached Audi commercial expected to air during the Superbowl on Sun. Feb. 2, 2014.

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