How Tide owned the 2018 Super Bowl

Explores how Tide is continuing its strong heritage when it comes to the Super Bowl, by looking at its 2018 offering, 'It's A Tide Ad'.

Procter & Gamble-owned detergent brand Tide has a strong heritage when it comes to the Super Bowl. In 2007, its stain removal pen was advertised with an obnoxious talking stain and in 2013, quarterback Joe Montana became a miracle stain and a national sensation… before being successfully erased forever by Tide. , sports TV presenter Terry Bradshaw's barbecue sauce stain started trending before actor Jeffrey Tambor and a Tide pod came to the rescue. This year, Bradshaw made a cameo appearance in Tide's 2018 Super Bowl effort, It's A Tide Ad.

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