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  • Stella Artois ad brings together polarized America
  • Stella Artois ad brings together polarized America
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Stella Artois ad brings together polarized America

With a looming election and rising social tensions, polarization is arguably taking hold of America. Stella Artois is tackling the problem with a holiday ad that shows how simple it is to make connections with neighbors, encouraging people to be more empathetic and understanding of one another.

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