Budweiser love their long-running campaigns. If it's not Clydesdales, it's the soldier-homecoming. In "A Hero's Welcome" they helped make one soldier's homecoming unforgettable, by throwing him a ticker-tape parade and had the whole town out to greet him.
Chobani is all natural and the only way they could figure out to tell us this is by having a bear - a real bear - tear up an small town Alaskan grocery store in a super bowl commercial. Aw look, he thinks he's human. He's even trying to pay. Aaaaaw.
WeatherTech has figured out that Americans are patriotic. Americans like high quality stuff. And Americans like stuff made in America because stuff made in America employs American workers which in turn put more money back into the economy to buy more high-quality stuff.