Super Bowl Commercials 2009

Super Bowl XLIII of National Football League Championship (NFL) was played on February 1, 2009. Florida was the place were Super Bowl of the year 2009 was played and the stadium that hosted the game was Raymond James Stadium, Tampa. The game was played between Pittsburgh Steelers of (AFC) and Arizona Cardinals of (NFC). Super Bowl XLIII was won by Pittsburgh Steelers. Steelers defeated Cardinals by the score of 27-23. Thus Steelers became the team to win Six Super Bowls.

NBC Network telecasted the game in United States and it became one of the most watched super Bowl with 98. 7 million viewers at that time. National Anthem was played by Jennifer Hudson, ASL translation was done by Kristen Santos. Radio broadcasting was carried out by Westwood One in the United States and Canada. Halftime Show of the Super Bowl XLIII was sponsored by Bridgestone which was featured by Bruce Springsteen, E Streer Band with The Miami Horns and Gospel Choir. Three songs were performed during the show and they are "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out", "Born to Run", "Working on a Dream", "Glory Days".

Super Bowl Commercials of XLIII advertising cost marked for the first time to cost up to US $3 Million for 30 seconds slot. Regular advertisers bought many slots and aired their commercials and they are Anheuser-Busch, Pepsico, General Motors, Ford and Chrysler. Star Trek film was previewed during the game.

Top five commercials chosen by the USA Today Super Bowl AdMeter were:

1. Doritos with titled as "free Doritos" being seen in a "Crystal Ball".

2. Budweiser clydesdale love affair.

3. Bridgestone advertisement with Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head

4. Budweiser advertisement with beer wagon's Dalmatian fetches a small stick.

5. Doritos ad was also in the list.

These are some of top commercials of the Super Bowl XLIII of 2009.

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Super Bowl Halftime Show 2009

Halftime Show of Super Bowl XLIII took part at Raymond James Stadium,Tampa,Florida on February 1,2009.The show was headlined by Bruce Springsteen and the E...

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