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On Super Bowl Sunday, the commercials matter almost as much as the game (if not more). And this year, despite all the craziness of COVID-19, they delivered. Though there were some big-name brands that didn't partake—such as Budwiser, who chose to donate the millions of dollars it would've spent on an ad to raising awareness about COVID-19 vaccines—many others still participated. This year, CBS charged approximately $5.5 million for a 30-second spot. That price tag was slightly less than previous years, but still a significant amount of money for any brand. As a top marketing company in Denver, we're breaking down five of our favorite Super Bowl ads from this year’s game. 

Monday, 17 December 2012 07:15

Ad of the Month - The Google Zeitgeist 2012

This ad of the month is a reflection on the year and the things people search for on Google. Each year, Google pulls together data from searches worldwide in what they call the Google Zeitgeist, meaning “the general intellectual, moral, and cultural climate of an era.”

Tuesday, 17 January 2012 02:16

2011 Ad of the Year

In case you didn't know, FiG dedicates a monthly blog for the best and most creative ad that has caught our attention. With 2011 in the rear-view, we look back at each “Ad of the Month” to determine who shall be crowned our 2011 Ad of the Year. Despite having so many excellent choices, only one could be given such illustrious honors. This year FiG has decided to stay local with Goodwill Denver and their “Goodwill Effect” advertising campaign.

Published in Denver Branding Agency