Budweiser leaked their Superbowl Commercial for 2014, called Puppy Love and it’s heart warming. A sequel to the company’s “Brotherhood” ad from last year, which featured a baby Clydesdale horse, this years features an adorable puppy that doesn’t want to leave his farm friend, the Clydesdale.
During the Budweiser Superbowl commercial, while “Let Her Go” by Passenger plays, a yellow Labrador puppy escapes from an animal shelter and wanders into a neighboring farm barn. He finds a Clydesdale friend, but the horse’s owner returns the dog to the shelter. The puppy can’t be kept away from his best bud and keeps escaping and coming back to the barn.
One day, someone adopts the puppy and he is put into the back seat of a car. While the puppy stares out the back window of the car, his Clydesdale best friend chases after him.
The Clydesdale jumps a fence and runs after the car, then a team of Clydesdale’s block the road so the driver cannot take the puppy away again.
The last scene shows the puppy running back up the driveway to the farm, where he belongs.
Budweiser Super Bowl XLVIII Commercial – “Puppy Love”
Watch Budweiser’s Super Bowl 2014 commercial following the special friendship between the Clydesdales and a puppy. #BestBuds
Besides this heart warming Puppy love ad, Budweiser is also planning another advertisement to pay tribute to soldiers returning from Afghanistan.
Featuring a single U.S. serviceman, Lt. Chuck Nadd, who is receiving a surprise hero’s welcome home—from Bud and his entire town of Winter Park, Florida.
“The festivities included a full ticker tape parade, complete with marching bands, antique military vehicles, the VFW motorcycle club and an appearance by the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdale’s—all a complete shock to Lt. Chuck Nadd, who expected only to see his family waiting for him,” Budweiser says.
Budweiser Super Bowl XLVIII Commercial – “A Hero’s Welcome” – Teaser
Watch the Budweiser Super Bowl 2014 commercial “A Hero’s Welcome” teaser on the official Budweiser channel. #HerosWelcome
The company has purchased a total of four minutes of ad time for this year’s super bowl.
The rate for a 30 second spot is estimated to be $4 million, which breaks down to Budweiser spending more than $30 million for the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos 2014 Super Bowl.
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