It's the rare spot that combines cheesy production values with celebrity star power and vintage-ad satire — but this commercial for local company Bailey's Moving & Storage pulls off that tricky trifecta. It begins with a man clearly overwhelmed by the task of packing up all his stuff. Fortunately, a trio of Bailey's experts arrives, with the one in the middle catching every item the customer hurls in his direction. And no wonder! Seconds later, he opens his shirt, Superman-style, to reveal that he's Chris Harris, Broncos cornerback! Then, as a capper, Harris nods to the '70s-vintage Mean Joe Greene Coke commercial in which the Pittsburgh Steeler tosses a jersey to a kid — except Harris gives the boy who calls out to him a Bailey's work shirt. Score!