Newcastle beer’s campaign to be part of the super bowl. Without paying $4.5 million for a 30-second spot continues. He now presented the video. In which he shows the 37 brands that will participate. In his crowdfunding called “Bands of brands”. International.- Newcastle beer’s campaign. To be part of the super bowl without having to pay 4.5 million. Dollars for a 30-second spot continue. Now he presented the video in which he shows the 37 brands that will participate. In his crowdfunding called “Bands of brands” . More related articles: Newcastle seeks other brands. To share costs for a super bowl ad Newcastle beer tries to advertise for free in the super bowl. By entering the Doritos contest3 brands that opt ​​for digital. Marketing to have “cheap” ads at the super bowled a few. Weeks ago Newcastle began their super bowl marketing.

Campaign Which Consists of Saying They Don’t Have.

The money to pay that much for an ad during the Syria B2B List big game. He first “Tried” to be part of the Doritos contest in which users from all over the world participate. To win money and see his ad on the game broadcast. Then, through a video starring comedian Aubrey plaza. He made an open invitation to brands that wanted to participate in an ad that will. Be seen only on a local television station in palm springs, California. During the super bowl. One day before the game that decides the NFL champion, Newcastle presented a one-minute ad showing 37 different brands. That decided to participate in the “Band of brands”.

The People Who Will See It on Television Will.

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Be only a few thousand, but the real success of the campaign. Is in social networks and it will surely win several awards for its creativity in 2015. Subscribe to the premium content of merca2.0 from Madrid to Mexico city, the most reliable source. Of global marketing strategies. A look at the strategies of the big brands and consumer trends. Subscribe to merca2.0 I’m already a subscriber, take me to premium content, Oswaldo. Communications specialist with experience in print and digital journalism.

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