Turn Bud Light’s “Controversial” Super Bowl Ads into Profits Using This Lucrative Strategy

Last year, Nick Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to victory in Super Bowl LII after he threw for 373 yards, tossed three touchdowns, and even caught his own in a trick-play – making for one of the most exciting Super Bowls in history.

But on March 13, he’ll become a free agent.

For all we know, he could be taking a different team to 2020’s Super Bowl. And NFL fans are hoping that if he does, he’ll play another exciting one – he won’t have to do too much to beat this year’s game.

You see, the Super Bowl between the Patriots and the Rams had the lowest ratings that the past decade has seen.

Not only was it New England’s third Super Bowl win in five years, but it was a game run by the defense – with only one touchdown in the last quarter. It’s safe to say it was a bit different than Foles’ game.

There’s no doubt that the 13 – 3 score made the game less-than-interesting…

But the commercials were a different story.

Especially a series of ads from Anheuser-Busch InBev that slighted competitors, erupting into an unexpected controversy that sparked anger from multiple parties.

And it could end up causing investors to lose a staggering amount of money


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