We sports fans in Nashville love the Super Bowl. We love the excitement, the pomp and fandom with all of the football fans geared up for their team to win. We love the noise, the action, even as we are arguing about the referees. We love the colorful crowds. We love the half-time shows.
We love the football players who come into their own at this major national event, pitting one team against the other and one head coach against the other. We know only one team and one head coach will come out the winner in this event. We feel bad for the loser, but then by next year, do we even remember who the loser was?
As much as anything else, we love the Super Bowl commercials. You just never know what you will see in some of these Super Bowl ads. We certainly wonder at times where the thinking comes from in designing and implementing these ads.
Now from GrabNetworks, via Reuters Entertainment we have: 'Super Bowl commercials create buzz for brands' - "At a cost of about $4 million (USD) for 30 seconds, Super Bowl ads are already building buzz. And advertisers hope to use social media to promote their products even after the game."