Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad Lost Dog Detailed

Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad Lost Dog Detailed


Budweiser has revealed the details of the new Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 ad that will be a sequel to Puppy Love.

The details of the Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 ad that we leaked already in December have now been revealed. In December we spotted a TV report from the set of a Budweiser Superbowl shoot and revealed that the Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 ad will star a puppy again and will be titled Lost Dog.

The Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad is released. Watch the most anticipated Super Bowl 2015 commercial now.

Budweiser has now revealed in a conference call with AdWeek that indeed the Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 commercial will be a sequel to the Super Bowl Ad chart winning Puppy Love commercial from last year. In the new Budweiser Lost Dog ad Budweiser tells a story that shows that only your best buds are the ones who always have your back. The Clydesdales will be back as well in the Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 ad.

The released screen grab of the new Budweiser Super Bowl ad shows the owner of the puppy put up a Lost Dog flyer with a photo of the puppy and a Clydesdales horse from last year’s ad. It will be very difficult for Budweiser to match the success they had with Puppy Love.

The Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad titled Lost Dog will be 60 seconds long and is expected to hit the web in the week before the Super Bowl 2015.

On January 23, Budweiser released a teaser for the Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad kicking of the online campaign supporting the Lost Dog commercial. Budweiser is going to play with your emotions again big time with the Lost Dog ad. You will feel deep sadness in the beginning and hopefully joy at the end of the Budweiser Superbowl 2015 ad.

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Anheuser-Busch InBev is the exclusive beer advertiser of the NFL Super Bowl and has been the biggest advertiser for years. The beer makers Super Bowl ads have been extremely popular each year and several ads have become iconic. Also iconic and a staple in the Super Bowl are the Budweiser Clydesdales. A couple years ago Anheuser-Busch wanted to leave the Clydesdales out of the Superbowl causing a social media outcry. The Clydesdales are now more important than ever.

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About Budweiser
Budweiser, an American-style lager and No.1 full-flavored lager in the U.S., was introduced in 1876 when company founder Adolphus Busch set out to create the United States’ first truly national beer brand – brewed to be universally popular and transcend regional tastes.

Each batch of Budweiser follows the same family recipe used by five generations of Busch family brewmasters. Budweiser is a medium-bodied, flavorful, crisp and pure beer with blended layers of premium American and European hop aromas, brewed for the perfect balance of flavor and refreshment. Budweiser is made using time-honored methods including “kraeusening” for natural carbonation and Beechwood aging, which results in unparalleled balance and character. The brand celebrates great times and has used the phrase “Grab Some Buds” in advertising since 2010.

I4U News will again bring you full coverage of the Super Bowl 2015 Ads. The Super Bowl 2015 will take place on February 1, 2015 in Arizona. The Super Bowl XLIX game will be played in the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. NBC is broadcasting the Super Bowl 2015. The Super Bowl 2015 Halftime Show will be performed by Katy Perry. The constantly updated Super Bowl Ads List is tracking all 2015 Super Bowl Ads.

Check out our Super Bowl 2015 Dates, Times and FAQ Guide for everything you need to know about the Super Bowl XLIX. Also find out how to watch the Superbowl online.

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