Newcastle Brown Ale is hoping to get an ad into this year's Super Bowl, but since Budweiser InBev has exclusive rights to beer advertising in the national broadcast, and their clandestine chip ad failed, they have a new plan.

By Extra Mustard
January 20, 2015

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Newcastle Brown Ale is hoping to get an ad into this year's Super Bowl, but since Budweiser InBev has exclusive rights to beer advertising in the national broadcast, and its clandestine chip ad failed, they have a new plan.

The company is hoping to grab some air time in a regional market but the still need some help coming up with cas, so they have put together a "Band of Brands" promotion, seeking other corporations to split the time with them.

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AdAge reports the brand has already announced several partners for the campaign, including Sharper Image, Boost Mobile and Match.com.

Brendan Maloy

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