An adorable retriever and real estate – What do they have in common? No, I’m not referring to a competitor’s former mascot (but that would be a good guess). A cute little puppy is enjoyed by all, especially by the children in our families. There’s something about those little floppy ears, their uncoordinated swagger and their pure innocence.
Real estate does for the family what the puppy does for the family – Provides many wonderful memories, which can last a lifetime. I still remember and miss my only dog, Daisy, a toy fox terrier who was named after Daisy Fuentes, believe it or not. Inevitably, every time I recall my dog, I think of her as a puppy, because she was always a puppy to me (even in her older age). Memories of my dog almost always draw me back to life on my parents’ ranch. All these years later – roughly two decades, Daisy still reminds me of home and brings a smile to my face.
This Sunday night, during the Super Bowl, we’ll all be reminded of how puppies can soften our heart and enhance our family: Budweiser will be featuring a new commercial titled “Puppy Love.” It will bring a smile to your face (see below). Yes, there still is a place for canines on the home-front!
Budweiser’s ‘Puppy Love’ Super Bowl Commercial Is Irresistibly Heartwarming
Richard Feloni (Business Insider) – January 29, 2014, 10:00 AM
Photo courtesy of YouTube/Budweiser
Budweiser is once again poised to win over the hearts of Super Bowl viewers with “Puppy Love,” the sequel to last year’s incredibly popular “Brotherhood.”
The actor Don Jeanes returns to his role as the head of Warm Springs Ranch in Missouri, where the beer company raises its iconic Clydesdale horses. Actress (and former swimsuit model) Melissa Keller is introduced as the owner of a puppy adoption center next door.
A wily little Labrador Retriever manages to keep escaping to the horse farm to see his best bud, a Clydesdale.
Eventually, a man arrives to buy the 10-month-old pup. He’s wearing sunglasses and is on his smartphone when the beautiful manager of the puppy center tries to hand over the dog. See what happens when this city slicker tries taking our hero away from his special friend, and the song “Let Her Go” by Passenger starts getting you misty-eyed:
The agency Anomaly produced the 60-second ad, as well as last year’s “Brotherhood.”
Budweiser and Anomaly have another emotional 60-second commercial running during the game, also featuring Clydesdales. “A Hero’s Welcome” is about the parade the company gave 1st Lt. Chuck Nadd when he returned home from a tour in Afghanistan in early January.
(Story taken from http://www.businessinsider.com/budweiser-2014-super-bowl-ad-puppy-love-2014-1.)