Hyundai Scores at the Super Bowl

Kevin Hart has to be one of my favorite comedians today and since I can relate to being a helicopter dad, this commercial really hit home for me.  The ad features him using the Hyundai Genesis to keep an eye on his daughter during a date.

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Hyundai is the first automotive company to earn the top commercial in USA Today’s ad meter which scores the Super Bowl ads based on the opinions of nearly 20,000 pre-selected panelists.  That means I am not alone when I say it definitely earned my top spot for the night.

In the humorous spot, Hart lends his Hyundai Genesis – equipped with a Blue Link Car Finder feature – to his daughter’s date so that the couple’s whereabouts can be tracked throughout the night.  I can honestly say that I have never been that bad as a parent but it is pretty cool to know that you have a car that can give you that piece of mind if one of your kids are out in it that you can know where they are and can find them if they got lost or ventured where they may not be supposed to go.

Even today as mine is off at college it would be nice to have that assurance that I know where she is, not in a spying way but just making sure all of your kids are safe.
fenton2For more information, come by Fenton Hyundai 16230 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway Mesquite, TX or give us a call at 469-221-8000 today!

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