GoDaddy wants another go at the big game

01/4/2006 | Adweek

Domain registrar GoDaddy.com, which raised a minor controversy with its racy 2005 Super Bowl ad, is considering a spot for the upcoming Super Bowl XL, but its agency The Ad Store reportedly is having difficulty creating an add that will be approved by ABC, which is broadcasting the big game. GoDaddy founder and president Bob Parsons expressed his frustration with the process on his blog, writing, "We've been busy working to get an ad approved by the censors at ABC and really haven't had any luck." Click here for a look at Parsons' blog.

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