Among some of the funniest and most popular commercials during Superbowl 44 were ads shown by Budweiser, eTrade, Monster.com and Doritos.Â Doritos was the official sponsor of the Superbowl and really brought its A game in terms of its Superbowl Doritos Ads.Â One Superbowl Doritos commercial 2010 edition that is being talked about features an intelligent dog with an anti-bark collar trying to get some Doritos from a man taunting it with the tasty snack.
The Doritos commercials featured some clean violence, but it was all in good fun.Â One of the earliest Doritos ads featured a young boy giving a grown man the rules of the house.Â Another ad featured a man in a gym dressed in Doritos armor, going after anyone who tried to steal his bag of Doritos.Â One Dorito came flying out of nowhere to hit an accomplice in the neck, ninja star style.
According to the USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter for 2010, the Superbowl Doritos commercial 2010 featuring the dog bark collar, was the second most popular of the game with an overall score of 8.27.Â It trailed only the Mars Snickers ad featuring Betty White and Abe Vigoda, which scored a 8.68.Â Both ads were featured early in the first quarter of the Superbowl.Â Doritos other popular ad featuring the boy slapping a grown man in the face came in at 11th, behind the Monster.com Beaver fiddle commercial.
It was reported during a CBS morning show segment, a Raleigh, North Carolina man, Joshua Svoboda, designed the Doritos dog collar ad which he spent just $200 making.Â According to the USA Today rep, the man was paid an award of $600,000 for his commercial ranking on the top 10 of the USA Today Superbowl ad meter.
Here's the most popular Superbowl Doritos commercial for 2010, and the second most popular ad from the snack food. company.Â Enjoy!
Feel free to comment with your favorite Super bowl commercial for the 2010 game!