FirstBank Puppy Sale Ad Is More Emotional Than Budweiser's Puppy Ad

Posted: Jan 30 2015, 12:38pm CST | by , in News | Super Bowl


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FirstBank Puppy Sale Ad is more Emotional than Budweiser's Puppy Ad

Good thing the First Bank Puppy Sale Commercial only airs in Colorado during the Super Bowl pre-game show. This Puppy Ad is so sad.

FirstBank jumps on the Puppy Ad bandwagon with a new commercial. The ad even shows a pickup truck full of puppies like in the pulled GoDaddy Super Bowl 2015 ad. In contrast to GoDaddy the FirstBank ad is cruel to little boy and not to the puppies. In the FirstBank Puppy Sale ad a boy wants to get the last Puppy from the lot ($10 each) but his dad ran out of cash. When he comes back from the ATM the last Puppy has been sold to someone else.

How sad is this ad. Not for Puppies but for the boy. Or is this ad also bad for puppies? Calling on the animal rights groups. Is showing the sale of puppies from the back of a truck as irresponsible as showing Puppy online sales like GoDaddy showed?

Watch the FirstBank Puppy Sale Ad below. Take out a tissue first.

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