Super Bowl verdict

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Marketers have turned Super Bowl Sunday into an annual advertising extravaganza where companies compete to outdo each other and themselves each year in terms of the creativity and breadth of their marketing around and during the big game. Industry contributors critique their efforts in this special online-exclusive to our The Work section of the magazine. Comment on these pages to let us know who your favorites were, too.

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