10 ads to look for during the Super Bowl
By EMILY FREDRIX, AP Marketing Writer
Ten ads to look for during the Super Bowl, which airs Sunday on CBS:
ANHEUSER-BUSCH: Scientists choose to drink when they realize an asteroid is coming. A man loves Bud Light so much he builds his house out of cans.
BOOST MOBILE: The 1985 Chicago Bears reunite to perform a new version of the Super Bowl Shuffle, this time pitching the prepaid wireless carrier.
COCA-COLA: Mr. Burns, the richest man on “The Simpsons,” loses his fortune but finds happiness. In another, a man goes sleepwalking through an African safari.
DENNY’S: The restaurant chain is giving out free Grand Slams again and shows what the announcement will mean for chickens.
DOCKERS: Men march across a hillside, singing happily about not wearing pants.
KIA: Children’s toys joyride in the Sorrento SUV. They go bowling, get a tattoo, and party in Las Vegas, set to rock tune “How do you like me now?” by British band The Heavy.
HOMEAWAY.COM: Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo as the quirky, traveling Griswold family, sends viewers to a 15-minute film on the company’s Web site.
SNICKERS: Actress Betty White plays football actor Abe Vigoda also appears.
VOLKSWAGEN: The car brand reinvents the game of “Punch Dub” to acquaint Americans with its lineup. Comedian Tracy Morgan appears.
TACO BELL:Charles Barkley rhymes about the NBA 5 Buck Box.