By Karla Crawford-Kerr, VP of Marketing, Hawthorne
Original Publication: The Drum
Date of Publication: February 4, 2019
Advertising during the Super Bowl is designed to make a statement. Brands use those premium slots as an opportunity to make people laugh or cry, to take a political stance, but most of all, to make a lasting impression. At $5 million for a 30-second spot, Super Bowl ads aren’t cheap, and just as notable as the content can be which brands decide to shell out for ads at astronomical prices.