Tony Romo Goes to the ‘Max’ for Skechers’ Return to the Super Bowl

CBS broadcaster and his wife, Candice, star in this year's spot

Shoe maker Skechers is no stranger to the Super Bowl, having put ads into the big game for over a decade, including one with Kim Kardashian and a controversial ad that drew fire for filming at a dog track. This year’s effort may prove less contentious, as it features Skechers spokes-athlete Tony Romo, back for a second spot on advertising’s biggest stage.

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Kyle O’Brien is a freelance writer based in Jim Thorpe, Pa.