Peyton Manning Becomes Vacation Quarterback in
Universal Parks & Resorts Super Bowl Ad
Two-Time Super Bowl Champion Helps Family Raise its Vacation Game
Orlando, FL, January 30, 2018 - Peyton Manning becomes vacation quarterback to America in a new Universal Parks & Resorts commercial set to air during the Super Bowl – coaching families to take their vacation to the next level at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort.
An extended version of the spot will air in the NBC pre-game show and a thirty-second version of the commercial will air during the Super Bowl.
“This is your moment,” Peyton coaches a family starting its day at a Universal theme park in the extended version of the spot. “You are more than a team. You are a family. Now let’s get out there and play.”
Manning joins the family during both spots to ensure they really do take fun to the next level. He screams on a roller coaster, scrambles away from a Raptor showing its “game face,” and has a churro intercepted right out of his hands – and more.
Click here for the extended pre-game version: https://youtu.be/IbreHZSmqLA.
Click here for the thirty-second Super Bowl spot: https://youtu.be/xcmP4llwNS8.
About Universal Parks & Resorts: Universal Parks & Resorts, a unit of Comcast NBCUniversal, offers guests around the globe today’s most relevant and popular entertainment experiences. With three-time Academy Award winner Steven Spielberg as creative consultant, its theme parks are known for immersive experiences that feature some of the world’s most thrilling and technologically advanced film- and television-based attractions.
Comcast NBCUniversal wholly owns Universal Studios Hollywood, which includes Universal CityWalk Hollywood. It also owns Universal Orlando Resort, a destination resort with three theme parks (Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and now open, Universal’s Volcano Bay – an entirely new water theme park experience), five (soon to be six) on-site resort hotels, and Universal CityWalk Orlando. In addition, Comcast NBCUniversal owns Universal Studios Japan, in Osaka and has a license agreement with Universal Studios Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore. The company is also developing a theme park destination in Beijing called Universal Beijing.