Taco Bell® To Activate LIVE MÁS Advertising During Super Bowl XLVII

To officially kickoff the New Year, Taco Bell® announced today it will advertise during Super Bowl XLVII, which will be broadcast on the CBS Television Network on Feb., 3, 2013.

“We are excited to be back in the Super Bowl after a few years away and can’t wait to show the world what we have in store for them,” said Brian Niccol, Chief Marketing & Innovation Officer, Taco Bell Corp.

The Super Bowl ad will be :60 seconds in length and support the brand’s LIVE MÁS® tagline and spirit. The spot is being created by Deutsch LA, which has recently joined Taco Bell's agency roster along with lead agency Draftfcb.

The last time Taco Bell advertised during the Super Bowl was during the 2010 game and the ad supported the brand’s $5 Big Box.

Details about the 2013 Super Bowl creative and campaign will be released in the coming weeks.

About Taco Bell Corp.

Taco Bell Corp., a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc., (NYSE: YUM), is the nation's leading Mexican-inspired quick service restaurant. Taco Bell serves made to order and customizable tacos, burritos, and specialties such as the exclusive  Doritos® Locos Tacos, gourmet inspired  Cantina Bell™ Menu and lower calorie Fresco Menu. The company encourages customers to “Live Más,” both through its food and in ways such as its  Feed the Beat® music program and nonprofit organization, the Taco Bell  Foundation for Teens. Taco Bell and its more than 350 franchise organization have nearly 6,000 restaurants across the United States that proudly serve more than 36 million customers every week.

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