Gay dating super bowl ad

'We want to celebrate all the people that make up the world,' Coca-Cola executive Brynn Bardacke said.'We don't want to exclude anyone.'Last year, Coca-Cola reran a 2014 advertisement called It's Beautiful.

But some of the mares, like 8-year-old Darla, the mother of Budweiser's future Super Bowl star, are kept around to keep future generations going.

True life: The ad, marking the 23rd Super Bowl ad featuring the Clydesdales, is based on the real experiences of Budweiser Clydesdale trainer John Soto Moving on: The commercial shows a trainer raising the horse and then saying goodbye.

'There's a Coke for he, and she, and her, and me and them,' a voiceover states.

Spoken in verse, the voiceover otherwise includes inspirational quotations including nuggets such as 'To act the same would be mundane— what a boring thing to do' and 'We all have different looks and loves....

Soda Stream posted the ad on its website and said it will run on other TV networks.

Doritos is back in the Super Bowl with its crowd-sourced ad effort from 3,000 submissions called 'Crash the Super Bowl.' Consumers will vote on which finalist ends up in the game; Doritos will pick the other.

Beyond a cash prize, the ad creator that scores highest will work with director Michael Bay on the next 'Transformers' movie.

Audi goes for emotion with a teaser showing a boy attending a prom solo. As he leaves, his father tosses him the keys to a 2013 Audi S6. In the Taco Bell ad, a clutch of elderly folks sneak out of a retirement home and head out on the town and are seen making out in bathroom stalls, hitting foam parties, getting bad tattoos.

As always, we are open to working with the client on alternative submissions."The dating site for gay men had hoped it could fork over million or more to CBS in return for 30 seconds of air time.

Hibberd reports that CBS believed Man Crunch was trying to generate free publicity by submitting an ad they knew would be rejected."We're 100% serious," Man Crunch spokesperson Elissa Buchter said. If the ad showed a man and woman kissing it would have been accepted. If the ad doesn't air on the Super Bowl, it will air on another network.

CBS has rejected an ad from gay dating site, telling the site that the ad "is not within the Network's Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday," James Hibberd reports at The Live Feed.

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