On the morning of September 11, 2001, the world changed forever. In the months that followed, emotions ran high, as America paid tribute to all those who were lost on that fateful day in New York City. With that in mind, an extraordinary 9/11 commercial aired, just once, during the 2002 Super Bowl.
As unusual as it might seem, the Super Bowl commercials are hugely significant to the fans watching at home. Indeed, it could be argued that the ads are as highly anticipated as the big game itself, with the commercials becoming more elaborate each year. However, one ad in particular continues to stand out from the rest.
In the spring of 1933, the end Prohibition in America was in sight, as President Roosevelt revoked the alcohol-banning Volstead Act. Thanks to his signature, the public could now legally purchase beer containing alcohol of up to 3.2 percent. Not long after that, the president of the Anheuser-Busch brewery received a surprise from his two sons.