USA TODAY has listed the advertisers slated to run Super Bowl 44 ads for 2010 and that list is 58 commercials long, constituting a total of about 35 minutes. There are eight that run for a full minute, three listed as N/A and one rumored (based on a tweet from Google CEO Eric Schmidt) commercial from Google that is not listed at all.
The USAToday List of Super Bowl 44 advertisers includes the standard beer (5 Bud 3 others) commercials, ten car related ads (VW, Kia, Hyundai, Honda, Dodge & Audi brands, along with Cars.com, Bridgestone). There are five restaurant commercials (3 Denny’s, 1 Papa John’s, 1 Taco Bell) while snacks (3 Doritos, 1 Snickers Candy bar, 1 Emerald Nuts mixed with Pop Secret), and 2 sodas (Dr. Pepper Cherry & Coke) make up seven more ads.
There are four movie ads, two job search ads (Monster & CareerBuilder), two cell phones (Boost Mobile & Motorola Motoblur) and a bunch of one-off’s that aren’t easily classified, so those include, Vizio TV, Dockers, Skechers, Teleflora, Dove for Men, E-Trade, FLO TV, TruTV, Intel, KGB, Dante’s Inferno video game, a Christian Group, HomeAway vacation rentals, US Census Bureau and the NFL fan appreciation slot. That’s it – here’s that Google Video
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