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Nick Jonas in super bowl Ad:
This week Nick Jonas turns 50, well for an Ad campaign. Nick Jonas in super bowl Ad Turns himself into an old man at least 2-3 decades older than his current age with a snap of Finger. And we are in love with this look.
Nick Jonas, 28 joined hands with Dexcom as they usually focus on Health-related devices for the Super Bowl, airing on Sunday. The device he is advertising is Dexcom’s G6 which usually used for monitoring Type 1 diabetes. This smart device allows you to monitor blood sugar levels via smartphone. Great innovation we must say. Because checking on diabetes is quite difficult in comparison to other ailments as you have to prick your finger every time.
This exact same message Nick Jonas in the super bowl Ad is delivering. As he turns 50 years old with a snap of his finger. Asking are you still pricking your finger? In this era where there are high-tech cars, robots, and pictures from Mars. Then he introduced this device through which you can keep your blood sugar level in check without really using finger sticks. This device will connect with your smartphones to keep you updated about your diabetes.
Watch Dexcom’s official Ad Here.
Why Nick Jonas in super bowl Ad for Dexcom’s G6 :
As Dexcom’s G6 is a smart Glucose monitoring device Nick Jonas diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes More than a decade ago. And he is been vocal about this and struggles for a couple of years. So endorsing products like this make sense. As Nick Jonas in super bowl Ad, most of the USA population gonna watch this. Hope it will make the life of people with this ailment easier.
Why Dexcom’s G6 Ad is controversial?
As this device is New with unique features. It is quite expensive therefore there are tweets that pointed out that this Ad is going to play between Super Bowl and will reach massive audiences. But only a few can afford devices like this.
Some Tweets are as follows:
The Dexcom ad running during the Super Bowl cost $5 million just for ad time.
At today’s insulin prices, 5 mil would provide an annual supply of insulin to over 600 US diabetics currently rationing.
But millionaire Nick Jonas and multi-billion $ CBS need that money the most.
— Laura Marston (@Kidfears99) February 7, 2021
“Companies in the healthcare space need to have a moral reckoning on what their mission is, and be honest about it… Is their mission just to make money, or is their mission to help people?” – Craig Stubing, @betacellpodcast #type1diabetes https://t.co/VcrzXn6ViV
— Jen Walton (@mejenwalton) February 8, 2021
- Nick Jonas in super bowl Ad Turns himself into an old man at least 2-3 decades older than his current age with a snap of Finger.
- Nick Jonas diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes More than a decade ago. And he is been vocal about this and struggles for a couple of years.
- It is quite an expensive device. The ad is going to play between Super Bowl and will reach massive audiences. But only a few can afford devices like this.
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