Coke scored big marketing points in that the big topic of conversation today is Coke's "American the Beautiful" spot on the Superbowl. Possibly even bigger points on stimulating a national discussion. Seriously though, I can't even believe we're having this conversation. What year is it again?
Let me clarify something for the folks who might have missed it, Coca-Cola is a private company. We're not talking about a government entity doing business in dozens of languages. For the record, I think the United States government should conduct business in English. No, we're talking about a message a private company wanted to send about this huge, amazing country we live in. A country of 313,900,000ish unique individuals. 313,900,000ish different stories to tell. News flash, not all those stories happen in English. *gasp*
Get.over.it people. America is beautiful, but not because of a language, it's beautiful because of it's people. Our people. And if you can't see that these people are beautiful, with beautiful stories to share, legacies to leave, and each a unique part of a beautiful American experience then I'm sorry for you. Because it's an amazing country you are missing.
The only thing I didn't like is that they didn't include any ASL.