US: Big spenders gear up for Super Bowl 2002
The US Super Bowl will once again be offering advertisers access to a huge viewing public when it airs on February 3rd - but at a cost. A 30-second slot during the game will cost an advertiser $2 million, making it one of the most expensive advertising opportunities in the world. While no details of who is to be featured have officially been released, one company figuring prominently will be the beer giant, Anheuser-Busch. Bud Light will reportedly be highly visible during the first quarter and the group has a total of five minutes' advertising planned during the broadcast as a whole, costing it a cool $20 million. A-B is also the official malt beverage sponsor of the match for the 14th successive year.
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