The famous NYC strip club, Scores, was ready to throw down $5 million for a coveted 30 second spot to promote ScoresLive.com … which offers one-on-one online interaction with strippers.
If you think that sounds awesome … you’re not a CBS honcho. The network fired off a letter saying the Scores ad “didn’t meet the standards of the NFL.”
We got a copy of the NFL ad guidelines and along with firearms, contraceptives and gambling-related ads — companies featuring “nude or semi-nude performers” don’t make the cut.
When compared to this Carl’s Jr. commercial featuring Nina Agdal that aired during a previous Super Bowl Scores’ ad really seems kind of tame…
Let’s see that again, shall we?
I guess as long as it isn’t a strip club it’s all good then, huh?
CBS Banned A Strip Club From Airing This Super Bowl Commercial, But Should It Have Been?