Budweiser makes a huge political statement in their new Superbowl ad.
The majority of this country is against Donald Trump’s bigoted immigration agenda. There is an amazing groundswell of resistance growing both here and around the world. It is no longer a matter of Repubs vs. Dems. It’s now a matter of right vs. wrong.
Budweiser will be advertising during the Superbowl this Sunday. And one of their ads makes a big political statement against Trump.
The 60-second ad tells the story about the company’s founder, Adolphus Busch. And the story is incredibly relevant in light of Trump’s actions and words.
The ad tells the immigration story of Busch. It shows how he faced discrimination and hate when he first arrived in New Orleans from Hamburg, Germany in the mid 19th Century. His American dream eventually got him through the bigotry and drove him on to ultimate success.
“The ad took three days of filming to complete and is directed by Chris Sargent. The brand hopes that this new ad, which cost in the tens of millions of dollars to shoot, produce and air, will make a significant impact in increasing sales.”