The Best Super Bowl XLVIII Commercial, Hands Down – Budweiser: “A Hero’s Welcome” … Lt. Chuck Nadd Comes Home



Whether you are a Seattle Seahawk or Denver Broncos fan, whether you enjoyed the games outcome or were distraught, there is one thing that everyone can agree on … the best and most touching Super Bowl XLVIII commercial was Budweiser’s “A Hero’s Welcome.” It was by far the best commercial of the day. Budweiser deserves huge kudos for this effort. This was more than a commercial, it was a thank you to the sacrifice for our brave men and women who protect our liberty and freedoms.

Because ever soldier deserves a hero’s welcome home … Yes they Do!

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Budweiser Super Bowl XLVIII Commercial — “A Hero’s Welcome”

Watch the full story of the return home of Lt. Chuck Nadd

Budweiser Super Bowl XLVIII — “A Hero’s Welcome: Full Story”

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  • Comments

    2 Responses to “The Best Super Bowl XLVIII Commercial, Hands Down – Budweiser: “A Hero’s Welcome” … Lt. Chuck Nadd Comes Home”

    1. DCSteve on February 4th, 2014 8:13 am

      As an active duty Soldier, I HATED this ad. It was a well done, well directed tear-jerker. But I can’t get over the blatent mis-use of military service to sell beer. (If it had been filmed knowingly by anyone in the military, it may also violate ethical rules that prohibit using your military position to endorse products).

    2. A Texas Grandfather on February 4th, 2014 2:21 pm

      This is the best super bowl ad program and half-time programs in several years. The producers raised the level of good behavior from the opening songs, through the half-time and the advertising.

      Why some think it is necessary to be vulgar and ugly to sell a product just exposes their lack of proper values

      The operatic voice of the national anthem without the foolish embelishment of the melody so often done by some pop singers had the players singing too.

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