Champ Aaron Rodgers in Milk Mustache Ad

Aaron Rodgers helped bring the Super Bowl XLV title to the Green Bay Packers on the field, but his time in the spotlight doesn’t end there!

The new Super Bowl champ also is the center of attention in his very own Milk Mustache ad. Rodgers stars in the 14th annual winning Super Bowl Milk Mustache ad that debuted in USA Today on Monday, Feb. 7.

The famed quarterback knows it takes more than just a good arm to win big. Rodgers makes sure he gets plenty of daily exercise and fuels his body with nutritious foods, including lowfat milk, to help him feel good and perform his best at the game he loves.

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It’s a game plan his own mom taught him at a young age, and one he now encourages everyone to follow.

With this new ad, he joins a stellar roster of former Milk Mustache football stars, including Brett Favre, Matt Hasselbeck and Michael Strahan.

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Rodger’s ad copy reads, “Game-winning pass. Ever since I was a kid, my mom and coach taught me that to play my best, I need to fuel up to play 60. And one of the best ways to do that is with milk. Even now that I’m a Super Bowl champion, milk’s still a part of my game plan. Make it a part of yours. got milk?”

To see Aaron Rodgers’s new Super Bowl Milk Mustache ad, and learn about Fuel Up to Play 60 – a fun, interactive program that encourages kids to eat right and be active for at least 60 minutes every day – check out

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