The Nationwide commercial featuring Peyton Manning and Peytonville also includes broad shots of his layout. Here it is again:
While the close-up shows a small town (emphasis on single-family homes and a water tower), the big layout gives a different impression: Peytonville is actually part of a large metropolitan region with at least a few different areas. Here are a few of the things I can see:
1. At the top right, there is a typical urban downtown complete with skyscrapers and office buildings. What is the name of the central city – Peyton City?
2. At the top left, there appears to be a large domed football stadium. This seems appropriate given the star of the commercial.
3. The far left has wind turbines. These are usually located away from residential areas.
4. The bottom left is mostly single-family homes. This is likely where the Peytonville water tower is.
5. Located between the single-family homes and the urban center are mid-rise apartment and office buildings.
6. The bottom right has at least one farm. The food has to come from soemwhere.
Is the implication that when Peyton Manning has all the time and resources to create the landscape of his dreams, he recreates a typical looking sprawing American metropolitan region?