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“I’ve always enjoyed being part of Go Daddy’s Super Bowl commercials and I hope that I’m involved again this year,” she told AP. “Obviously with an outside agency producing the commercials for the first time, there’s a chance that I won’t be in the spots. I’d like to be in the commercials but if not, that’s OK.
“The racing program is unaffected and Go Daddy is going to give me great support as they have for several years. We’ve got a multi-year commitment from Go Daddy for the future and I couldn’t be happier about that. The Go Daddy sponsorship program is one of the strongest primary sponsorships to come in the Sprint Cup Series and it’s great for me and great for the sport.”
“At this juncture, I haven’t seen any of the creative (from Deutsch) so it’s kind of hard for us to say,” Rechterman said. “But we are not going to not do commercials without Danica next year. Our commitment to her racing team speaks volumes to how committed we are to her.”
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