Advertisers are hoping that celebrities, animals and other gimmicks will attract buzz during Super Bowl XLI.
Hewlett-Packard isn't the only company trying to cash in on the popularity of the Teutuls.

Computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard is also featuring the family of motorcycle builders in a Super Bowl ad.

So what does the crew from Orange County Choppers have to do with HP? The company didn't divulge much in the way of details about its Super Bowl commercial but it seems safe to say the HP ad won't be as raunchy, or funny, as GoDaddy's.

"The Orange County Choppers is an HP customer with a large, enthusiastic fan base that is using HP technology to design cutting-edge bikes and innovate across their business," said Satjiv Chahil, senior vice president of marketing for HP's Personal Systems Group, in a statement. "The latest commercial gives HP the opportunity to highlight a recognized customer and demonstrate how technology has become truly personal and relevant today."

Sounds like the commercial is going to be a barrel of laughs.




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