NEW YORK (AP) — Budweiser is putting a Clydesdales out to pasture for a holidays.
The country’s No. 3 drink code says a horses will not seem in a holiday promotion this year. A orator for owners Anheuser-Busch InBev was incompetent to contend Monday if a Clydesdales would be featured in ads during a Super Bowl.
The preference not to underline the in holiday ads was initial reported by a Wall Street Journal.
The change comes as St. Louis formed Budweiser’s share of a U.S. drink marketplace has declined given attack a rise in 1988.
The Clydesdales have been compared with Budweiser given 1933, when a association introduced them to applaud a dissolution of Prohibition for beer.
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