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Super Bowl XLIII (43) between the Arizona Cardinals and the Pittsburgh Steelers is Sunday February 1 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida. The game will be broadcast on NBC it is their first Super Bowl telecast in 11 years. The economy is hitting everywhere as they have two spots they have not sold as this evening. The spots started for sale at $3 million and dropped to $2.8 million as the time went by. Last year FOX had the game and sold out of ad space months before the game that was at a rate of around $2.75 million. Let us not cry for NBC as they still expect to make more than $200 million in ad revenue. You will see as usual clients as Anheuser-Busch InBev Pepsi & Coca-Cola commercials will air the most with a total of 4.5 minutes of time each. So if you have a company and want millions of people to know about you might be able to buy a minute spot on Sunday for a sale price of around $2.5 million. Since we are talking about the Super Bowl we are hoping for a Arizona Cardinal victory. Check back later in the week and we will reveal why we are routing for the team from the valley of the Sun.

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I see your sister in her Sunday dress
She’s out to please She pouts her best
She’s out to take No need to try
She’s ready to make
W. Axl Rose It’s So Easy (1987)

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