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Why Consumers Rank Budweiser Low on Patriotism

We reported Wednesday that when consumers ranked brands on their patriotic attributes, Budweiser was near the bottom.  That was, as we noted, a great surprise to us because we always thought Budweiser was the quintessential American brand. Plus it donates … Continue reading

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Bud to Deliver Up to $1 Million in Scholarships to Military Families

Budweiser is bringing Chris Stapleton to Fort Bragg, N.C., the most populated military post in the nation and will donate up to $1 million in scholarships to spouses and children of fallen and disabled service members. This year’s Fourth of … Continue reading

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Marking the Fourth with the Budweiser Clydesdales Giving Scholarships

We all celebrate the Fourth of July in different ways.  But largely, America continues to celebrate the Fourth the way John Adams said it should be celebrated — with fireworks, parades and similar patriotic events. The Fourth celebrations really extend … Continue reading

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Are Words Becoming Obsolete in Building Brands?

Guest post by Laura Ries, president of Ries & Ries It sure looks like it. Most of the recent marketing successes are visual successes, not verbal ones. Here are 10 examples from my recent book, Visual Hammer. 1. The lime. Until … Continue reading

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