Living-history museum Colonial Williamsburg is running a Super Bowl 50 ad that brings a lesson in history to the Super Bowl in local markets.
If you live in Washington, New York, and Philadelphia you will see a Colonial Williamsburg Super Bowl 50 Ad Narrated by Tom Brokaw in the second quarter of the Super Bowl 50, giving you a short lesson in American history.
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The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation released an extended 60-second version of its first-ever Super Bowl commercial. The commercial is a trip backward through America’s past as part of Colonial Williamsburg’s ongoing campaign challenging Americans to put today’s headlines into historical context.
The narration by former legendary NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw makes this commercial very special. The voice of 76-year-old is still amazing.
“The ads are meant to show that the America we know was not inevitable. It took courage. It took leadership. It took pain and sacrifice,” said Mitchell B. Reiss, president and CEO of Colonial Williamsburg. “These ads take you backwards, down the many roads and tributaries of America to their original source: the revolutionary issues, debates, acts, and peoples that defined 18th-century Williamsburg.”
Colonial Williamsburg — which preserves and operates the original stomping grounds of many of America’s Founding Fathers, is the nation’s largest living-history museum. Its 300 acres include nearly 600 Revolutionary-era buildings, renowned art museums and extensive educational outreach programs — as well as a suite of luxury hotels and dozens of culinary options for its guests.
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