Join the #CampaignSuperBowl party

Campaign US is hosting its very own Super Bowl party, and you're invited.

Campaign US: join the Super Bowl Party on Twitter
Campaign US: join the Super Bowl Party on Twitter

Follow @Campaignliveus and keep up to the minute with the world’s greatest advertising bonanza.

As the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots battle it out on the field, join our discussion with industry experts and special guest, the former NFL wide receiver @JJBirden, on all the ads as they go live. Because it’s all about the ads, right?

Campaign wants to hear from you: Use the hashtag #CampaignSuperBowl and your Tweets and Instagram posts appear on our live media wall, or tell us what you think on Facebook.

And there will be no tweeting with mittens on.

For pre and post-game analysis, check out Campaign US’s Super Bowl Hub.

May the best ads win.

This article was first publised on www.campaignlive.co.uk



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