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Join us live for the Wharton Future of Advertising 7th Annual Tweet Meet and Vote for Your Favorite Super Bowl 51 Commercials Using #WhartonFoA

 

We are honored to be live panelists for the Wharton Future of Advertising Tweet Meet for 7 consecutive years.

 

Mark Burgess (@mnburgess) and I (@ckburgess) will be providing our own Super Bowl Analysis “LIVE” on Twitter with Wharton School of Business Future of Advertising.

 

It’s that time of year!

We have a lot of fun tweeting commentary before, during, and after the game using #whartonfoa.  So, participate as much or as little as your real world party festivities allow.  Love to see how advertisers are leveraging the big game to deliver on what advertising could and should be as we look to the future.

The Basics:

  • Use the #whartonfoa hashtag
  • Start at any time – pre- and post-game tweets are highly encouraged
  • And at the end, pick the winner(s)… and not so winner(s)…along with your comments

 


Check out some tweets from last year!

 

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