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Dove Men Care Super Bowl 2010 Ad Unveiled [Preview Video]

Feb 3 2010, 9:48am CST | by , in News | Super Bowl

Dove Men Care Super Bowl 2010 Ad Unveiled [Preview Video]
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Dove unveiled the details and a teaser of their Super Bowl 2010 commercial promoting the Dove Men Care line. You can watch the Dove Super Bowl Ad teaser video below.

Dove Men+Care is featuring one man's journey of unsung moments from birth to fatherhood in a montage of scenes set to the 'William Tell Overture' during the broadcast of this year’s Super Bowl XLIV on Feb. 7. The 45-second commercial, Manthem, depicts the expectations placed upon men when they are boys, the pressures they face as young adults, and the societal forces they must contend with as husbands and parents.
The journey to achieving comfort comprises many unsung moments from initiating the first kiss and graduating college to getting married, lifting heavy objects and checking for monsters under the bed. The spot creatively and humorously illustrates the arrival of comfort that men experience when they can finally take it all in stride with their own definition of success.

The Dove Super Bowl 2010 Ad looks funny, but the song is totally annoying. Dove seems to know though what men want. Part of the Men+Care Product Line is a tool: the Dove Men+Care Active Clean Shower Tool - available on Amazon.



Just like last year, I4U News is featuring again the Super Bowl for Geeks Guide. Of course the Super Bowl 2010 for Geeks Guide is all about the Super Bowl Commercials and not the game. The Super Bowl XLIV takes place on Sunday, February 7th in Florida in the Sun Life Stadium. Do not miss our constantly updated list of all Super Bowl 2010 Commercials.

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