September 20, 2014
Amidst all these problems with athletes in the news, Derek Jeter stands out as the Joe Dimaggio of our generation. Even non-Yankee fans recognize him as a first class player. Everyone respects him. Thirty years from now, he’ll still command a standing ovation wherever he shows up.
Two of the major sports brands have made tribute TV ads–both taking a slightly different stance. For Nike, it seems only true fans will get all the subtleties while the Gatorade ad is for masses–it’s almost more of an Ad about New York than baseball.
Both are great. Watch below and then cast your vote.
Gatorade “Made in New York”
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