If you're tuning in to the Super Bowl on Sunday just for the good commercials, you're not alone!
The Super Bowl is the premier advertising event of the year. In fact, four of the five most watched telecasts ever were Super Bowls, so It's no wonder that commercials aired during the event are such a big deal.
With that in mind, we think this is the perfect opportunity to watch these commercials with the critical eye of a professional voice over actor. To help in this endeavor, we've created a guide that you can print up and bring with you to your Super Bowl watching party. After the game, upload your answers so we can compare results!
We've given you five questions each in three different difficulty levels. You can do one, two, or all three levels if you're up for the challenge!
Just make sure your friends don't mute the TV once the commercials come on.
Have a great weekend!
Once you're back home, visit this link to fill in your answers! We'll share the results next week.
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