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Budweiser Commercial for Bud Light (2010)

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Budweiser Commercial for Bud Light

Winter/Spring 2010
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Plot / Description

"Bud Light - Clothing Drive" 
This banned Super Bowl ad starts out with some people at work. A woman asks a man walking by if he brought anything in for the clothing drive. They guy didn't bring anything, but when he learns that you get a free Bud Light for ever piece of clothing you donate, he takes off his shirt and tie for the free beer. It turns out he isn't the only one. There are guys walking around in boxer shorts, no shirts, and other levels of undress. One guy tries to put his pen in his shirt pocket, but realizes he is no longer wearing a shirt, so he puts his pen in his tightie whities. The guy later offers to get a hot woman in the office a Bud Light, so he strips off the underwear too. The receptionist is completely naked causing people entering the office to run into walls while staring at her. By the end of the day, almost everyone in the office is naked.

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

Did you bring anything for the clothing drive? 
Too bad. You get a free Bud Light for every article of clothing you donate. 
Morning, Bob. 
Morning, Jim. 
That was my pen. 
Keep it. 
It's for a good cause. 
You're hired. Welcome to the team. 
I'll get you a Bud Light. 
Hold that! Hold that. 
Newton Graham, hold please. 
Sorry. There you go. 
I'd like to congratulate Sarah on running the most successful clothing drive ever. You are a gem.

Written Text

Clothing Drive 
Newton Graham 
Bud Light