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Brewers unveil final Aaron Rodgers ad

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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The fifth and final Milwaukee Brewers TV spot featuring Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was released today. The fifth spot entitled, “Other Job” debuted today and is the final commercial entry in the joint effort between the Brewers and Rodgers, who joined forces during February to film a series of television spots promoting the 2012 Brewers. Numerous players appeared in the spots, including the National League MVP Ryan Braun, who again appears in the fifth spot. The first video with Rodgers, “3-Step Drop," was released on April 3 with the remaining efforts trickling out approximately every three weeks since then. The production of all of the 2012 Brewers television spots was handled by the creative team of 2-Story Creative and Metaphystico. The shoot occurred in late February at the Brewers Spring Training facility in Maryvale, Arizona. You can check out the final installment, also featuring catcher Jonathan Lucroy below, and the rest of the Rodgers library here. Fans are encouraged to vote on their favorite.

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