We Unearthed The Full Version Of The 9/11 Commercial, Aired Only Once

The anniversary of 9/11 always brings forth powerful emotions and carries a heavy weight on hearts. This touching advertisement, aired just once, is certain to evoke profound feelings. In this Budweiser commercial, the beloved Clydesdales are featured prominently, honoring the lives lost on that fateful day.

The advertisement commences with horses galloping through a field, adorned with their gear as they pull a wagon from a barn. They traverse a snowy countryside road, leaving spectators in awe as the majestic animals proceed along their path.

As the horses journey across the Brooklyn Bridge into New York City, the scene shifts to the cityscape, with the skyline looming in the distance. A close-up of one of the Clydesdales' faces is followed by a breathtaking view of the Statue of Liberty.

As the music crescendos, the horses bow before the iconic landmark, stirring deep emotions in viewers. Originally airing during Super Bowl XXXVI on February 3, 2002, the commercial continues to leave a lasting impression and resurfaces online every year on this solemn anniversary.

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