Last year Miller High Life surprised everyone with 1 second Super Bowl commercials and landed a big hit. This year they have another great idea for the Miller High Life Super Bowl 2010commercial.
MillerCoors selected four small American shops to be featured in their Super Bowl commercials.
The stores include Bob Turner's Bizarre Guitar & Drum, Dan Engelbrecht's Del's Barber Shop, Loretta Harrison's Authentic Pralines and Tim Herron's Baseball Card Shop.
I am not sure what will happen to a small barber shop after a nation-wide exposure during Super Bowl. I guess time will tell.
You can find the details and video interviews of each of the small businesses on the Miller High Life site.
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