• Jan 31, 2011
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Bridgestone paid big bucks for a pair of spots in the Super Bowl, and it appears the tire maker wants to maximize its bank for the buck. Instead of simply banking on the billion viewers of Super Bowl XLV enjoying its commercials, Bridgestone is trying to build excitement with a pair of cliff-hanging teasers.

The first of the two teasers is titled "Reply All," with the obvious theme of an office worker accidentally sending an organization-wide email. The second spot, titled "Carma," combines a Bridgestone-equipped Buick LaCrosse primed to dance with a very busy beaver. Hit the jump to peer inside Bridgestone's creative genius.

[Source: YouTube]



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      Anne Winkler
      • 3 Years Ago
      I love all of the super bowl commercials, especially the clydesdale horses , the bud lite, and the pepsi ones. They are very entertaining especially when there's a nail bitter game going on.
      • 3 Years Ago
      So it looks like both of these will peek our interest during the superbowl, I am wondering when and what channels they will start broadcasting them on.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Teasing commercials?
      Come on, this has gone too far.
      Autoblog, don't bite on this sort of crap.