BMW is back on Super Bowl area after ten years of interval. There are two reasons behind this. Firstly, by not participating in the biggest advertising jamboree of the world have its own shortcomings. Even in a recession year, in 2010, Hyundai and Audi advertised and benefited. Secondly, and most importantly, more than 60% of BMW’s inventory in the U.S. will be new vehicles next year.
In an interview with Adage, Stacy Morris, marketing communications manager at the car company said, “We’re in the window of our biggest launch period in history and the Super Bowl gives us the stage to make that big impact.” From last year’s $138 million media spent in the US, it looks at a much larger figure in the rejuvenated market space, having spent $83 million in the first six months alone.
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