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Budweiser ‘Hero’s Welcome’ Super Bowl Commercial 2014! (Video)

Budweiser ‘Hero’s Welcome’ Super Bowl Commercial 2014! (Video)

A solider comes home to a “Hero’s Welcome” in Budweiser‘s super touching 2014 Super Bowl Commercial!

The ad features the song “Coming Home Pt. II” by Skylar Grey, which fittingly adds emotion to the hero’s salute in his hometown. The soldier gets to ride in the Budweiser Clydesdales carriage complete with a dalmatian sitting alongside him.

This is not the only Budweiser commercial that is sure to get attention this evening. Last week, the “Puppy Love” commercial that featured an adorable puppy befriending a Clydesdale Horse went viral online. We absolutely loved that ad!

WHAT DO YOU THINK of Budweiser’s “Hero’s Welcome” commercial?


Budweiser ‘Hero’s Welcome’ Super Bowl Commercial 2014
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# 1

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# 2

It feels patronizing to me. One soldier received special recognition for coming home from deployment – early – so a beer company could make an ad that they paid $8Million to air during TV’s most expensive airtime. The people in the hometown – Winter Park, FL – with a population of 30K and a tony commercial district, turned out with genuine smiles. Many of the people that showed up for this short-lead planned event were elderly veterans, who, sadly, never felt welcomed or appreciated at their homecomings years earlier. I think it (this event staged for a TV ad) doesn’t hold a candle to a homecoming I witnessed in my home county, Cottonwood (Windom, Minnesota) a few years ago. The event was real. Two Minnesota National Guard members were driven around the court house square in the fire truck. The people weren’t part of any beer commercial. They were the friends and neighbors of small town soldiers. It wasn’t funded or staged by a big corporation. It was done by people in small town America, using the resources available to them. While I can appreciate that a large company with many resources wants to promote that “consumers support our military,” as I read their motive described in an article, seeing this ad does NOT make me want to run out and buy some beer. It makes me wonder if Budweiser (Anheiser-Busch) has donated anywhere near $8Million to help combat veteran homelessness, or veteran suicide. Just today, I heard on public radio that the number of veteran suicides every day numbers 22 (estimate). Hearing that makes me cry into my beer.

# 3
Jerry Kennedy @ 02/03/2014 at 6:31 pm

Nancy (above) seems to hate the commercial. Unlike her I loved it. Nancy probably wasn’t around when the Vietnam Vets came home and were spit upon. Thanks Budweiser. Beautiful job. And thanks to that Lt. and his gal for a beautiful tear filled few moments.

# 4

@Jerry Kennedy:

Jerry, I’m going to have to agree with you here.

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