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Tag Archives: football
What’s the one thing Steelers fans want see this year? A repeat of this commercial from 2009: It’s not just a matter of winning the Superbowl anymore, but who will be chosen for Disney’s famous ‘What’s Next?” campaign. It’s been … Continue reading
ESPN Consumer Products has launched a new soccer-themed T-shirt collection highlighting ESPN’s popular “One Game Changes Everything” ad campaign that commemorates the sport’s pinnacle event in South Africa this summer, aka the FIFA 2010 World Cup. The collection blends sports … Continue reading
If you watched the Super Bowl tonight you saw a hard fought game between two deserving teams. But one team had destiny on their side, and a city on their backs. That team was the New Orleans Saints the champions … Continue reading
I don’t know if you’re a football soccer fan, but you may have heard of the World Cup. In 2010 it ends in South Africa with the winning country able to claim king of the world status for the next … Continue reading