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How the Budweiser Clydesdales Became a Force in Holiday Marketing

Summary: The Clydesdales have appeared at parades and festivals, at football games and presidential inaugurals, and—right about now—on the snowy, feel-good holiday TV spots that Budweiser has run since the 1970s.
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