One of the top ads to come out of the Super Bowl last night was the "God Make a Farmer" Ram truck ad with the voice-over from a speech by Paul Harvey.
Many fondly remember growing up, listening to AM radio and hearing Paul Harvey and The Rest of the Story.
But, some of you might not know who this guy was. Here are a few facts about the famous broadcaster.
Harvey was born in 1918 in Tulsa, Okla. He died in 2009 in Arizona.
Harvey started in radio at the age of 14.
He eventually worked his way to national radio and was a broadcaster for ABC Radio Network.
He was most well-known for his The Rest of the Story segments.
Harvey made his "God Made a Farmer" speech at a 1978 Future Farmers of America convention.
A 1985 survey found that the four most popular radio programs on the air nationally were four of his broadcasts in different time slots.
He is credited with coining the terms "Reaganomics" and "guestimate."
At the height of his career, he reached an audience of 24 million listeners daily.
In 2006, an ABC executive said Harvey was responsible for 10 percent of ABC Radio Networks' $300 million in advertising annually.
And he always signed off: Paul Harvey ... good day.