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Busweiser commercialsBudweiser produces many commercials through each year None are as iconic as the ones they choose to air during the super bowl This is when they have the highest viewers to advertise to at one given moment Some are funny and others are heartfelt Most of the time you do not even know it is a Budweiser commercial until the end when they present the name of the companyThe commercials have become more heart felt and geared to the sensitive side of the consumers watching Using numerous cute animals and the infamous Clydesdales In 2014 one of the super bowl commercials Budweiser aired starts out with a puppy getting out of the house and going under the gate to get to the Clydesdale in the barn The Budweiser man caring for the horses finds the puppy and returns him to neighbor where he belongs Then the puppy returns on a rainy day to see the horse again he is returned This continues for three or four more occasions until the Clydesdales get involved The last time the Budweiser Man is taking the puppy home in his car the one horse that the puppy continues to visit begins to run and fallow the car jumping over the fences Then you see all the horses blocking off the car from moving to say to the rancher leave the puppy here In 2013 they are trying to get the consumer to fall in love with the new colt born and used the story of the Budweiser man raising this baby and training the Clydesdale for three years He is then sent off to be one of the horses to pull the Budweiser wagon in parades One is close to the ranch and the Budweiser man goes He is happy to see his horse look so gracious in the parade As he is leaving the horse blinders are taken off and in the mirror the man sees
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