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Toyota Breaking New Ad In "Let's Go" Campaign During NBC's "SNF"

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 02 / 15

Toyota plans to break the latest TV commercial in its “Let’s Go" sports campaign during NBC’s “SNF” this weekend. Dubbed “Immaculate Reception,” the spot features four friends traversing different areas in a '16 Toyota Tacoma before eventually scaling an inc...

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