This 9/11 Budweiser Commercial Only Aired Once, But Gave Me Chills That’ll Last A LifetimeFamilyPet
The Budweiser Clydesdales are an iconic symbol in American culture. It is one of those things that you can always identify with, whether you like the Budweiser brand or not. The commercials that they put out are always classy, well put together, and are a reminder of what the term “American” really means.
The ad in the video below gives me chills every single time I watch it. It was created as a symbol of hope for the American people. This was only aired ONE TIME, during Super Bowl XXXVI in 2002, and it didn’t resurface again until 2008 when posted on YouTube.
The ad shows the Clydesdales passing the Statue of Liberty, crossing the Brooklyn Bridge, and finally pausing and bowing in a park overlooking the New York City skyline, without the twin World Trade Center Towers, which were destroyed in a terrorist attack on September 11, 2001.
Instant goosebumps! Whether you have already seen it or not, watch it for yourself. Enjoy it, and remember what it means to be an American. It is truly an honor! We fight together, we live together, we stand together.
Never Forget 9/11/2001