The Old Man Is Rolling Over In His Grave

5 02 2017

Soulard

A-B InBev’s xenophilic Super Bowl buy is going to have you think that A-B’s first generation founders were penniless refugees.

Believe me, they were no such thing.

In related news, a few years ago, A-B InBev moved its advertising division out of Soulard and to New York.

Advertisements

Actions

Information

2 responses

5 02 2017
David In TN

There was a book on the Busch family many years ago. I didn’t read it but saw a few reviews. One said the Busch family “had more skeletons in their closet than a cemetery.” Another pointed out the Busch connection to the home country despite the two wars.

It was clear the first Busch wasn’t “a penniless refugee” and had no difficulty getting rich in America.

These liberal reviewers, (one was Jonathan Yardley of the Washington Post) strongly disliked the Busch dynasty.

5 02 2017
Joshua Sinistar

Yeah he came to America with just a few Million in his pocket, and now he owns an alcoholic binge company. Only in America. Germany would have locked up this clown years ago.




%d bloggers like this: