Did anyone else think they were watching a NASCAR commercial when it was really a Nissan ad during the 2015 Super Bowl tonight?
The commercial featured a race car driver whose son watches him from afar as he grows up, but they share one absolutely sweet moment at the end.
“#withdad follows the struggles of a hardworking and close-knit family striving for togetherness across the years,” the video caption reads.
“As part of our #withdad campaign, Nissan will donate up to $1,000,000 to two organizations that, like Nissan, help people build better lives for themselves and their families – Habitat for Humanity® and Wounded Warrior Project®. We are proud to be their partner,” it continues.
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The Doritos commercials that air during the Super Bowl never disappoint and the first one that the company aired this year was hilarious.
The clip featured a man on a general admission seating airplane and he clearly does not want just anyone to sit in the middle seat next to him.
The man keeps doing things to turn away people, but when he sees a pretty blonde woman walk down the aisle, he holds up his bag of Doritos to catch her attention. Unfortunately, she has a baby with her. Watch below!
Coca-Cola takes on internet bullying in their commercial for the 2015 Super Bowl.
The ad opens up with the terrible things that some people do on the internet like spread hate, call people losers, and share hurtful comments — but once the wires are infused with Coca-Cola, joy and laughter is spread.
The brand’s message for the commercial is: “The internet is what we make it and Coca-Cola wants to inspire America to #MakeItHappy.”
Watch the full clip below!
Official Coca-Cola “Big Game” Commercial 2015 #MakeItHappy
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