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Nationwide’s use of Kevin Federline last year showed how effective a controversial celebrity can be for a brand. Their ad featured K-Fed reminiscing about his rap career while working at a fast food restaurant. Nationwide promoted the ad heavily and released the ad on the website weeks before the game. The National Restaurant Workers Association issued a complaint stating that the ad "would give the impression that working in a restaurant is demeaning and unpleasant."

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