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Bud Light Proudly Supports Marriage For All

In honor of LGBT Pride Month, Bud Light came out with a commercial celebrating marriage - between any gender!

While some say its a marketing stunt (which, yeah, it probably is) its also great to see big companies taking a stand and supporting equal rights for everyone.

According the the VP of Bud Light, "We created this spot because equality for all Americans is a concept that unites many Bud Light drinkers."

To the groom, and the groom!

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I am old enough 1) to know that commercials like this are a shameless marketing ploy and 2) to get all teary eyed for all the people I knew who never got to see marriage equality in their lifetime. So, go Bud Light, even though everyone I know who drinks beer think this one is crap:)
I don't get it, but I guess is a good one? Idk if being a drinker u should know this, but I don't drink. Which I don't know what it's talking about this card. sorry
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