Gay dating ad for the superbowl
After a looking into each other’s eyes, the two embrace enthusiastically and kiss passionately.
The ad with a third fan looking very surprised by what has developed.
A 30 second commercial airing on CBS during the football game would cost the site million, he said, adding the site was prepared to pay the price and it would be well worth the money.”Three million dollars for a 30 second commercial and 90 million viewers,” Friesen said.
“It’s simply dollars and cents for us.” According to Fox News.com, CBS told the dating site that “the spot hadn’t been officially approved yet” by network standards and that “all Super Bowl spots were sold out.”Friesen confirms that is indeed the case.
It's not like they don't have the money, Biderman adds.
A Toronto-based dating service for gay men is trying to buy air time for a 30 second commercial during the Super Bowl.
Man is a new dating service that decided to launch its advertising campaign with a real bang, said Dominic Friesen, a spokesperson for the site.
A pro-life ad featuring college football star Tim Tebow (and Focus on Family) will air on CBS during the big game, and the political statement has sparked online petitions calling on CBS network to withdraw it.
Thomas Young, marketing coordinator at Man Crunch.com, told Digital he sees a double standard in allowing the pro-life ad and rejecting the dating site ad.We define niches that are haven't been explored or are immature." Coinciding with a storm of publicity over Man is Avid Life's financial news: it had planned to go public on the Toronto Stock Exchange in several week to raise at least million in an initial public offering, but insider sources told Reuters "efforts to woo investors seem to have met with a cool response." Analysts believe banks and major investors were hesitant to get involved in any deal.