A Subaru dealer in Michigan gets egg on its face after running a 30-second ad congratulating the Patriots on winning the Super Bowl.
Shortly after the New England Patriots lost Super Bowl LII to the Philadelphia Eagles, 41-33, a Michigan Subaru dealer ran a 30 second ad on Grand Rapids' WOOD-TV congratulating the New England Patriots on the victory. The 30 second, silent ad congratulating the Patriots ran immediately after the game in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The ad had to be produced days ahead of the big game, so someone at the dealer was a fan and was counting on the Patriots winning Super Bowl LII. Tom Brady, the Patriots star quarterback, played college football for the University of Michigan, which could be why Subaru of Muskegon in Michigan was rooting for their famous college quarterback.
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