Anyway, look or the commercial in the second quarter just before the two minute warning.Budweiser is taking Donald Trump and his basket full of deplorables head on in their commercial for this year’s Super Bowl.
According to a rep for the dating site, which operates under the slogan “Where Many Many Many Men Come Out to Play,” the ad was submitted on Monday, January 18th.
When the site followed up on the status of the ad on Friday, January 22nd, they were told by CBS that “the spot hadn’t been officially approved yet" by network standards, and that "all the Super Bowl spots were sold out.” SLIDESHOW: Click here to see famous banned Super Bowl ads.
The 30-second spot shows two men excitedly watching the game, before their hands brush as they both reach into a bowl of chips.
Suddenly, the two begin making out, much to the shock of a guy sitting close by.
Kinda funny but we're not too sure how well a Groundhog joke will go over after Groundhog day. Back to School hyped the days the kids get out for summer.
After all, we are a country that's all about anticipation and lead up. Watching this commercial is going to make people wonder how many months ago they saw Puxatawney Phil.
The ad cost the beer company big bucks to air during the sporting event and is likely to stir up Trump supporters who buy their brand.
Apparently Budweiser, which is now a subsidiary of the Brazilian company In Bev, decided that standing up for American values is worth the potential cost.
The NFL censors ads it doesn't like Toyota was forced by the NFL to change an ad it made showing a mom worrying about concussions her son might suffer playing football.
The high rate of head injuries in football -- it often leaves players with brain damage by the time they retire -- has some wondering whether the game will survive the crisis.
In the ad, Pittsburg Steelers' Troy Polamalu is pulled from hiding.