The NFL shot an ad for the Super Bowl in Ghana.
The ad has sold Ghana to the world for free, something Ghana would have had to pay billions for.
The AD is being shared on social media and was aired during this year’s Super Bowl.
Glenn Cole, whose AD agency shot the ad, has disclosed the brain behind the choice of Ghana for the ad.
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He indicated that Ghana and especially Africa had been in the spotlight throughout the season, especially because the best-dressed NFL player displayed rich Ghanaian culture through his dressing throughout the season.
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah used the platform he had to showcase different cultures in Ghana through his choice of attire for matchday.
Also, they were inspired by a speech at the NFL Camp held in Accra in the past year where the young players were motivated and told that their decision to play football could change their lives and those of people closer to them.
I caught up with the AD agency responsible for the NFL’s Ad on why Ghana was selected for the commercial.
Here’s a response from the Ad agency’s head, Glenn Cole. pic.twitter.com/PENbNy2WWv
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