NEW YORK — Bud Light, the Official Beer sponsor of the NFL, announced a new 2-minute TV commercial, “Cardboard Fan”, paying homage to the cardboard cutout fans of 2020, airing on Sunday, October, 18. From the NBA to the MLB and beyond, sports leagues are finding new ways to engage fans to cheer on their
NEW YORK — No one unapologetically loves their hometown or their football teams more than New Yorkers do. Although this NFL season is going to look different, passionate and resilient Giants and Jets fans alike will undoubtedly represent their teams proudly from home. To ensure the legendary electric atmosphere of MetLife Stadium lives on at
CHICAGO — Miller Lite is launching on Monday the Cantenna, the only reception device on the market that is great tasting and serves up football straight to fans’ living rooms. The latest can-novation — part real beer, part digital antenna — is the perfect game watching solution for all the cord-cutters and cord-nevers out there.
NEW YORK — Bud Light, the official beer sponsor of the NFL, announced Tuesday that fans who select Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback, Gardner Minshew II, in the first round of their Fantasy Football draft can enter for a chance to win a case worth of Bud Light. Until now, Fantasy Football players made selections based entirely
NEW YORK — Pepsi, the NFL and Roc Nation announced that cultural icons Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will perform during the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show on FOX at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. Pepsi and the NFL collaborated with Roc Nation to bring these two icons together
PURCHASE, N.Y. — 100 seasons of the National Football League (NFL) means 100 seasons of game winning touchdowns, fans repping their favorite teams, and unforgettable moments of celebration. From the most memorable endzone dances to a fan’s 15 seconds of fame on the jumbotron, Pepsi, the official soft drink of the NFL for more than
CINCINNATI — Star National Football League linebacker Von Miller of the Denver Broncos has signed up to be the face of Old Spice for its 2016 NFL campaign. The Procter & Gamble men’s personal care brand said Tuesday that, as the new “Old Spice Guy,” Miller will spotlight the Hardest Working Collection, which Old Spice