• http://twitter.com/miksas MikSas

    Sharpie, the marker company, got one zinger too http://twitpic.com/c0qwzw *ThumbsUp*

  • http://twitter.com/atul Atul Arora
  • JLishere

    My favorite tweet was from the official SimCity account: “Looks like the #SuperBowl electricians can learn a thing about proper power management.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/kdando Kevin Dando

    Was happy about the reaction to the tweet we did: https://twitter.com/PBS/status/298246111460720642 (almost 5K retweets and favorites)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=514971532 Dennis Everette

    “Blackout Bowl”? We need to see who came up with that first, you, or my facebook status from about 7:15 (Mountain Time). :-)

  • Matt McGee

    Thanks for the links and suggestions, folks. Just added several more above.

  • Kenkmooo

    Those guys really do seem to know what they are talking about. WOw.

    ub-Anon.tk

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    I think the Audi one is really clever. It’s a quiet way to poke fun at the competition and get everyone’s attention at the same time. PBS had a pretty great quip as well!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005050302044 Shofik Cit

    Several brands saw the power outage as a chance to market.Sharpie, the marker company, got one zinger too

  • Jeremy
  • http://twitter.com/JuicedMediaGuy Juiced Marketing

    The best, IMO, was someone creating a twitter account for the super bowl lights @theSBLights and posting that they were embarassed. Quite comical. http://juicedmarketing.com

  • http://nertzy.com Grant Hutchins

    If you haven’t heard, #SodaStream requires no electricity. #fizz on friends! #NoPowerOutageProblems #SuperBowl47

    https://twitter.com/SodaStreamUSA/status/298245482315124736

    Great reaction after having to censor their Super Bowl ad.