There are three certainties heading into Sunday night's Super Bowl.
- A Harbaugh brother will win.
- A Harbaugh brother will lose.
- A lot of people will be tuning in just for the commercials.
Yes, the ads have become a big part of the country's most-watched event of the year. CBS is reportedly collecting a record $3.7 million to $3.8 million for every 30-second slot during the NFL championship game.
Most of the advertisers are gargantuan food, beverage, and car companies. There is little that they can accomplish in a brief clip of airtime that will excite investors. However, there are more than a few small and medium-size publicly traded companies that will be in the mix this year. Let's go over four in particular that investors may want to keep an eye on.
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