Bloomberg and Trump Go Head to During Super Bowl W/Ads

Donald Trump & Michael Bloomberg Via Facebook

Two New York billionaires went toe to toe Sunday night during the Super Bowl with competing political ads, as reported by Politico

NBC states that it costs $5.6 million for a 30 second spot. 

Michael Bloomberg, who is running for president, secured 60 seconds worth of ad time for this year’s Super Bowl, according to the New York Times. His website stressed the importance of gun safety for America, which was highlighted in the ad.  

 President Donald Trump ran two ads: one was his “Stronger, Safer, More Prosperous” spot that included clips of his rallies and factories with a “everything is great” narrative. His other ad showed clips of Alice Johnson, a nonviolent drug offender who was sentenced to life in prison on drug charges, emotionally reuniting with her family and thanking the president after he commuted her sentence in 2018. 

On YouTube Bloombergs ad has over 4 million views. Donald Trumps ad on YouTube has over 100,000. 

Shelle Santana states in an article in the Harvard Business Review that the two main reasons to have an ad in the Super Bowl are to have your brand tell a story and to show significant cultural, economic, social, commercial enterprise of your brand. Only time will tell if President Trump or Bloomberg spent their money wisely.  

 

Here are the Super Bowl Ads

-Bloombergs Super Bowl Ad-

Trumps Super Bowl Ad- (Code)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This agg was based on

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/07/us/politics/bloomberg-trump-super-bowl-ad.html


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