Essay on Goal and Targeted Marking in Super Bowl Budweiser Ad

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For me among all the Super Bowl Ads, 2014, the most memorable and effective one was the Budweiser’s, “Puppy love” ad. It was a heartwarming story to see an adorable puppy’s determination to hang out and be friends with his favorite famous Budweiser Clydesdale horse.

This commercial tells us a remarkable story of love/bond between Labrador retriever puppy and a Clydesdale horse. First there were the majestic beautiful horses on a horse ranch, and then there was this adorable playful Labrador retriever puppy on a puppy adoption center, who daily escaped and made his way to the horse ranch to play and be friends with his favorite famous Budweiser Clydesdale horse. The horse trainer/caretaker religious picks up the puppy and hands him or
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For me among all the Super Bowl Ads, 2014, the most memorable and effective one was the Budweiser’s, “Puppy love” ad. It was a heartwarming story to see an adorable puppy’s determination to hang out and be friends with his favorite famous Budweiser Clydesdale horse.

This commercial tells us a remarkable story of love/bond between Labrador retriever puppy and a Clydesdale horse. First there were the majestic beautiful horses on a horse ranch, and then there was this adorable playful Labrador retriever puppy on a puppy adoption center, who daily escaped and made his way to the horse ranch to play and be friends with his favorite famous Budweiser Clydesdale horse. The horse trainer/caretaker religious picks up the puppy and hands him or her over to the owner of the puppy adoption center. Finally, the naughty little Labrador retriever puppy gets adopted and is ready to head to his new home, but he starts whining and barking standing against the car window. Noticing this the horses race to rescue him from being taken away. The horses succeed and they all walk back to ranch with Labrador retriever puppy looking like a big happy family; the trainer kneels down where the puppy jumps on him giving plenty of wet kisses. The ad ends with the Labrador retriever puppy and his favorite Clydesdale horse happily playing!

Goal and Target Market: The goal of this commercial is to appeal to its consumers’ emotions. We humans are emotional buyers, we buy something because we feel a

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