KGB is advertising on Super Bowl 2010. No, not the former Russians secret service. KGB is the world’s largest independent provider of directory assistance and enhanced information services. When you text message a question to 542542 (kgbkgb) you get an answer back from the KGB knowledge base or kgb Special Agents.
In a Super Bowlcommercial related story on NY Times, KGB's plans to run an ad in the Super Bowl for the first time were outed.
KGB is actually already advertising with very funny TV commercials. So there is the potential for the KGB Super Bowl 2010 Ad to be one of the funniest Super Bowl 2010 commercials.
According to the NY Times one of KGB's Super Bowl Ad options features Stephen and William Baldwin.
You can watch the KGB TV commercials on the KGB site. The screen grab on the right is from the KGB Ad "Everything Women".
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