Super Bowl 2013 Advertisers Start to Break Cover

The Super Bowl 2013 is on February 3, 2013. Advertisers are already starting to promote their Super Bowl ad plans.

Dec 12 2012, 9:05am CST | by

Super Bowl 2013 Advertisers Start to Break Cover
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We still do not know which teams will play on Super Bowl Sunday, but Super Bowl 2013 Advertisers already start to come forward.
There are many familiar companies that keep advertising year after year at the Super Bowl despite the record breaking cost of about $3.7 million CBS is charging for Super Bowl 2013 30 seconds ad slots.

The list of 2013 Super Bowl advertisers has already some new names with SodaStream and The Lincoln Motor Company. Check out the current list of Super Bowl 2013 advertisers on Super Bowl Ads for Geeks.

 
 
 

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