So what say you? Is this aimed to make people think of it as political?
Anheuser Busch's VP of Marketing, Marcel Marondes, Put out this statement:
"We believe beer should be bipartisan, and did not set out to create a piece of political commentary; however we recognize that you can't reference the American Dream today without being part of the conversation."
And thinking about it, I know you can't write, cast, produce and do post production in a matter of 3 days (since President Trump signed the executive order pausing immigration on those countries just a couple of days ago).
But, at $5,000,000 for a :30 Add, do you really want to risk an advertisement that could be taken as a political ad? After all, Budweiser is known for the funniest and most clever commercials. And this DOES have Social Media Buzzing...
So, do you think Budweiser was