Budweiser's Clydesdales have been a national icon ever since they debuted in 1935. At that time, they were a way to celebrate the end of prohibition. Now, they are synonymous with the Budweiser brand, and their annual appearances at some of the biggest events and holidays have also made them a part of the fabric of America itself.
This particular Clydesdale ad was released after the terrorist attacks on 9/11 to be a symbol of hope in our country's darkest hour. This ad aired only once during the 2002 Super Bowl, and was not seen again until it was uploaded to the internet six years later.
Now, we are able to enjoy this commercial all over again, and it still gives me chills every time I see it.