This week marked the 17th-anniversary fo the attacks of September 11th, 2001. The nation once again came together to pay respects to all those who gave the ultimate sacrifice that day and who were senselessly murdered.
Although the twin towers fell nearly two decades ago, America has not let the memories of those we lost fade in even the slightest way. However, there is something from 2001 that most people didn't even know about.
Budweiser, famous for their commercials featuring Clydesdale horses, released a commercial just days after September 11th. Although it was only aired once, it will give you chills that you will never forget.
"The ad shows the Clydesdales passing the Statue of Liberty, crossing the Brooklyn Bridge, and finally pausing and bowing in a park overlooking the New York City skyline, without the twin World Trade Center Towers, which were destroyed in a terrorist attack on September 11, 2001," according to reports.
Watch the clip below and let us know what you think about the commercial.
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