Bumble Confirms Advertisement Featuring Serena Williams Will Air During SuperBowl

Bumble affirmed that a unique offer featuring their latest celeb partner Serena Williams will debut throughout the very first 50 % of the SuperBowl.

In accordance with AdWeek, Bumble mocked an innovative new strategy together with the football star, admitting this would coordinate using SuperBowl, though it wasn’t obvious when they had been planning to air an advertisement during video game, the most-watched annual activities during the U.S. (and something of the very most pricey ad purchases). Bumble has now affirmed their own very first SuperBowl advertisement will feature Serena Williams as well as their new strategy “The Ball is during Her legal.”

Bumble, a female-friendly dating application, is actually intent on their female-empowerment mission. During the last several years, the brand features debuted choices that appeal particularly to females, instance partnering with Moxy Hotels to provide BumbleSpot – proven areas where Bumble people can satisfy for dates, profession networking, or prospective new relationships – to try to create secure areas for women.

The ad with Williams will function the woman rise to star, “not just as a specialist football celebrity but as a business owner, role model, partner and mama,” according to AdWeek. The location is made by a mostly feminine team and directed by A.V. Rockwell, an award-winning screenwriter and movie director whoever work discusses issues on race and oppression.

The message associated with the advertisement will be motivate females to control unique stories, one thing Bumble has-been passionate about from the debut of the internet dating app, providing ladies the energy to really make the basic move.

In an intro movie for SuperBowl advertisement, that will air February 3rd, Bumble offered a look of what to anticipate.

“We’re located in a global and society in which folks are just starting to see differently and beginning to realize that we’re in the same way strong and simply as smart and merely as savvy and merely because businesslike as some other male these days,” Williams claims while watching camera, which then pans to this lady serving a ball in an empty judge. “and then it is the right time to show up and tell our very own story just how it should be told.”

AdWeek noticed that the female-forward Bumble advertisement strategy is actually rare for a SuperBowl, which can be these types of a male-dominated space, and many more extremely unlikely that a generally female team would make these a SuperBowl advertising.

“There are so many women who tend to be prepared and eager [to be concerned when you look at the Super Bowl], and every woman included [in Bumble’s place] had a whole lot love,” Bumble primary brand name officer Alexandra Williamson informed AdWeek.

She continued to state: “People will see a special area to Serena if this advertisement goes live, and I would feature that to an all-female staff concentrating on it.”

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