This commercial is the best of the bunch featuring Washington, DC teams in my opinion. This is definitely better than the Alex Ovechkin/Semyan Varlamov SportsCenter commercial or the more recent Stephen Strasburg commercial.
Wow. Great job by Budweiser here for Sunday’s BIG game. If only more companies would produce positive messages like this.
This commercial still brings tears twelve years later. What people may not remember about this commercial is that Budweiser only aired it once during Super Bowl 36 so as not to benefit financially from it – they just wanted to acknowledge the tragic event and honor the victims of September 11, 2001.
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Via Fox Nation, a terrific video ad from the Republican National Committee using President Carter’s words from various speeches of his contrasted against President Obama and the current situation the country finds itself in.
Thanks to great fundraising, the RNC is able to produce awesome videos like this one. If you can, consider donating to the RNC to keep the videos coming and to help kick President Obama & Vice President Biden out of office.
Via Freedom’s Lighthouse, a great new ad from Team Romney. The title comes from the belief that on November 6, 2012 (election day) a better future begins for America with the election of Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan. The ad blends together some of the great moments from the recent Republican National Convention.
I post this not because I love the car (I do) but, I find it amazing that one can have directions (e.g. Google Maps) sent directly to your BMW, because as the ad says, having no surprises is a good thing…usually.
National Journal reports that the Mitt Romney campaign has released several targeted ads for important battleground states like Virginia. This one takes a look at what the former Governor would do in his first 100 days.