What Businesses Do NFL Stars Start When They Retire?'s Super Bowl Spot Reveals All

Published on Jan 27, 2015

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In its first Super Bowl spot, imagines what businesses NFL stars might start online once they retire. Terrell Owens has set up a bakery, while Franco Harris is planning wedding receptions and Brett Favre has started a charcuterie firm, Farve and Carve. The fake businesses actually have real websites set up online, and viral content will include Vine clips and a six-minute cooking segment for Terrell Owens' Humble Pie bakery with celebrity chef Matty Matheson. In the case of the bakery, viewers can even order an actual pie using the phone number in the regional ads. Oh, and watch out for Rex Lee, a.k.a Lloyd from the HBO show "Entourage," playing Favre's agent.

The website firm has pre-released this extended version of the ad, which will run as a 30-second spot in the first quarter. It was created by boutique creative/production studio Committee LA.


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Jan 27, 2015
Committee L.A.
Frank Samuel
Jeffrey Reed
Creative Director:
Jeff Huggins
Art Director:
Andrea Janetos
Executive Producer:
Lauren Bayer
Production Supervisor:
Justin Towery
Exile Edit
Visual Effects:
Brewster Parsons
Color Correction:
The Mill - LA
Music/Sound Design:
HUM Music
Audio Mix:
Eleven Sound

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