Brands get ready for Superbowl ads

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Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner, and new commericals Coca Cola is running an ad for Coke Zero that features an avatar version of Pittsburgh Steeler Troy Polamalu, as “Mean Troy," a play on a past commerical. Hasbro is getting some air time with Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, who are starring in Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations. The spot is called "Taters" and shows the two "Taters" and slated to air between the first and second quarters of the game, the 30-second commercial depicts the couple out on a drive. And CareerBuilder.com's Super Bowl ad calls on people who hate their jobs to find a new one. Check out the sneak preview here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBl3FOKgs1A
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