The beer making companies are famous for their creativity and uniqueness they bring in their advertisements from time to time. Be it the Dutch brewing company Heineken International or the American-style pale lager produced by Belgian multinational corporation Anheuser–Busch InBev, all are competing to grab attention by their beloved customers. Also Read - 'Arnab Has Competition': Jyotiradtiya Scindia Delivers Fiery Speech After Imarti Devi Breaks Down, Trolled For 'Overacting' | Watch
Citing the elections fever blooming in the United States of America, Belgian beer making company Budweiser has come up with a concept to entirely change their the name of the beer to “America”. Though the change is temporary and will last from May 23 to November 8, until the presidential elections, it is expected that the Budweiser will be looking to grab the American market to its fullest and make some money in the flowing political river, and that too in the name of national spirit. ALSO READ: #BestBuds Budweiser Super Bowl ad is super cute Also Read - 'Disgusting Mentality': #SackRekhaSharma Trends on Twitter After NCW Chief's Old 'Vile & Sexist' Tweets Go Viral
The company has stated that during the whole period, all the cans and bottles will be adorned with renowned icons of United States, sometimes Statue of Liberty too. The company has also planned to include phrases from the Pledge of Allegiance and lyrics from “America the Beautiful” and “The Star Spangled Banner” and will alternate it with the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Since the advertisement was launched by the beer giant on social networking website, people are amused with it and are replying back with innovative comments. Also Read - Twitter Removes Post Diminishing Efficacy of Masks Against COVID-19 by Donald Trump's Advisor
Now, looking at the advertisement where one can see the Budweiser rotating on its axis and changing to a brand new bottle, named “America”, it gives a feeling “what the hell is happening!” Yes, from May 23 onwards, one can lift the beer ‘America’ with pride. Dedicating the beer to America, Budweiser tweeted, “Here’s to America the beautiful. Hold her high this summer. #ThisBudsForYou”. We hope that this turns to be a good move.
Reacting instantly on the tweet, @ArturoChaidez tweeted, “‘No officer I am not drunk, I’ve only had 15 Americas. Are you really going to arrest me for enjoying some nice cold freedom?’ @Budweiser.”
Soon the tweets started flowing like a river.