Is that Nick Offerman or Ron Swanson? The ‘Parks & Rec’ star showed off his American pride in NASCAR’s hilarious Super Bowl commercial. Click to WATCH!
There’s nothing better than Nick Offerman, 44, in an American flag-themed denim shirt. The Parks & Recreation star, best known for playing American hero Ron Swanson, got everyone super pumped for the return of NASCAR on NBC. NASCAR is a staple in American life every year and Nick reminded us of exactly why.
NASCAR Super Bowl Commercial: Nick Offerman Is A Racing Champion
Pretty much anything and everything are in NASCAR’s NBC Super Bowl ad, specifically in the extended slightly musical version. Nick truly proves that he and Ron Swanson are one in the same.
Nick stresses that NASCAR is the key to not letting America go “soft.” In NASCAR, the driver’s speed all day and “bump and grind” in a non-sexual way. He races to the finish line as NASCAR’s #1 driver. “Hello glory, goodbye strife,” Nick says about his win.
Isn’t Nick the perfect NASCAR spokesperson or what? Ron Swanson would be so proud.
We probably say this every year, but this has to be the best year for Super Bowl commercials! Don’t try to deny it.
The latest Budweiser commercial featuring a puppy finding his way home had us sobbing. Kim Kardashian tried to break the Super Bowl with her T-Mobile ad. Then, Kate Upton essentially got replaced with Charlotte McKinney as the sexy Carl’s Jr. gal. Not to mention that surprise super short commercial of Britney Spears warming up her voice — and giving hope to her loyal fans that she could potentially be performing!
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— Avery Thompson