Photos by J. Alan Paul Photography
Everyone’s a critic on Super Bowl Sunday.
The advertising industry’s single-biggest night of the year is more or less a chance for tens of millions of people — the same people they’re trying to woo — to decide which companies nailed it and which missed the mark entirely.
This year, the American Advertising Federation of North Dakota decided to get in on the fun, hosting “TV Timeout” a few days after the big game.
Featuring a panel of local creative leaders, it was a chance for young professionals, marketing enthusiasts, and pop-culture consumers alike to come together for a play-byplay critique of the best and worst commercials shown during football’s marquee matchup.
Just Checking In!
Local television personality and event moderator Kristi Larson making her grand entrance to the Fargo Theatre.
Max Kringen, founder and CEO of Tellwell, a local content and storytelling agency, enjoying the festivities (we think).