John Travolta MONEYWATCH
The biggest star of Super Bowl LVII commercials? Nostalgia.
Albeit a scope of organizations are promoting their products during Super Bowl LVII, a typical subject goes through a large number of the spots: wistfulness.
Large numbers of the current year's harvest of Super Bowl advertisements are leaving nothing to chance
tapping social references from the 1970s, '80s and '90s.
For instance, tennis champion Serena Williams stars in a Michelob Ultra promotion that draws
"Caddyshack," while John Travolta, who featured in "Oil" over quite a while back, murmurs the melodic's hit "Summer Evenings" for T-Portable's
"Super Bowl promotions are generally an impression of the country, somewhat," said Tim Calkins
showcasing teacher at Northwestern College. "Organizations are staying with carefree promoting as a protected
methodology given every one of the difficulties confronting the country."
Here is a sneak look at a portion of the current year's Super Bowl promotions
That implies edgier promotions, similar to Mac's praised 1984 business for its Mac PC, are out, and humor is in.
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