Coca Cola will run two commercials during Super Bowl XLV on Sunday. The New York Times reports that one will about two rivaling border guards who make peace while sharing a Coca Cola. The second Coca Cola Super Bowl 2011 commercial is animated and features a kingdom under siege.
The Border Coca Cola spot is supposed to highlight small moments of human connection, while the animated kingdom ad is following the current Open Happiness concept of the Coca Cola commercials.
Coca Cola Super Bowl Ads are always highly anticipated. From the few details available I expect the ads to be worth while watching. As last year we will be published the Super Bowl ads in our Super Bowl Hub as soon as they become available. A handful Super Bowl advertisers has already released their Super Bowl commercials.
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