You’ve Been Drafted: Vote for Your Favorite Super Bowl Ad with Toyota AdZone

There is only one event throughout the year that combines America’s love of sports, chips & dips from all over the world, and the best commercials of the year.  The Super Bowl IS that event.

Pitting Tom Brady and Russell Wilson against each other, the New England Patriots will face off against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, February 1st at the University of Phoenix Stadium. In between placing bets, painting your face and screaming at the TV, we here at Hulu know exactly what the best part of the event is: the ads!

That’s why today we’re happy to bring you the ultimate advertising experience for the fifth year in a row with the launch of Toyota AdZone.

Toyota AdZone brings the best in Super Bowl advertising all to one place!

It features the most comprehensive library of Super Bowl ads past and present, and allows fans to vote in real-time for their favorite game day commercial!

Just head to Toyota AdZone today on your tablet, mobile phone or laptop to watch leaked ads, teasers and commercials from Super Bowl XLIX before game day, with new ads being added daily!  Looking for a specific ad from Super Bowl’s past? No problem! We have curated categories of some of the most memorable commercials so that you can get your fix of what you’re in the mood to watch, including:

  • The Funniest Game Day Ads of 2014
  • Super Bowl Ads that Inspire
  • Best Celebrity Cameos
  • Best Super Bowl Ads of All Time
  • And more!

We’ll be adding more ads up through the Super Bowl and – on Super Bowl Sunday – be sure to head over to Toyota AdZone because we are letting YOU pick your favorite ads of 2015. Simply vote and share your favorite ads with the click of a button. Although you might not have a say in whether your favorite team wins or loses, with Toyota AdZone you can make sure your voice is heard for your favorite ad! So sit back, place your votes and enjoy the biggest ads of the year on Toyota AdZone.

Because it’s not just a football game – it’s all about the ads!


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