Some will be watching Super Bowl XLVIII to see an action-packed game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos.
Others will be watching to see what creative advertisements companies such as Coca-Cola, Frito Lay, and Anheuser-Busch have created this year.
And since Businessweek estimates that companies are spending approximately $4 million for a 30-second spot in the 2014 Super Bowl, these companies definitely need to create commercials with flair.
Some companies have a little bit more riding on their Super Bowl advertisements since this is their first time purchasing a spot. Here are some details on the Super Bowl advertisement newcomers:
Chobani– Chobani is an American company that sells Greek yogurt and claims to create “100-calorie yogurt made with only natural ingredients.”
People say that Chobani hopes to win the “yogurt war” with their Super Bowl spot. They have a bit of competition though. Dannon’s Oikos will also have a Super Bowl commercial.
Jaguar– Even though the British company Jaguar has been making sports and luxury cars since 1922, this is their first Super Bowl spot.
Squarespace– Squarespace is a company offering domains, hosting, and commerce services with 24/7 support. Although anyone can use their services, they seem to be targeting small-business owners.
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