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If you’re not into NFL football, Super Bowl parties or even Beyonce for that matter, Sunday’s big game might not be a highlight for you, but the multi-million dollar commercial advertisements might be!
You might have already seen a few ads here or there gearing up for the Super Bowl between the Baltimore Ravens and San Fransisco 49ers and the record-breaking audience it will receive, including Beyonce’s Pepsi ad for her sponsored halftime show, but there are many more to come. From big household names like Toyota to smaller, but well-established products like Mio drinks, we are anticipating some of the biggest Super Bowl commercials ready to premiere this coming Sunday evening. Are you?
Rapper/actress Eve was just one of our favorite celebrities who gathered last night at Mercedes-Benz’ Red Dress Fashion show. The event kicked off heart disease awareness campaign, “The Heart Truth.” These women strutted down the runway wearing various shades of red formalwear and blinging jewelry. Patti Labelle, never one to disappoint, showed off her stunning legs as she sang “New Attitude.” Check out the rest of the pics over at Black Voices and let us know which lady in red shut it down!
(Fast Company) — Mercedes-Benz and McDonald’s spend millions of dollars marketing their brands to make them visible, relevant, different, cool, or perhaps … to make them sell. Today the two very different companies are investing more in a similar strategy to make their medallions and their Arches “social.” They hope Facebook Likers and Twitter Followers will generate social buzz leading to better brand images and ultimately selling more more cars and burgers (respectively). The marketing mantra now in Stuttgart and Oak Brook is to stimulate positive “conversations” and word-of-mouth about their brands.
(Luxist) Since its launch eight years ago, Maybach has largely been characterized as a failed venture. The ultra-premium counterpart to Mercedes-Benz never reached the sales figures which its rivals Bentley (part of the Volkswagen group) and Rolls-Royce (owned by BMW) have enjoyed in the superstrata of the luxury car market.