Kid Rock is in good shape, even though Anheuser-Busch may be due to its marketing gaffe. According to his publicist, he values the beer’s misfortune highly.
“Kid has made about $30 million so far, and that number will likely double over the next few months,” said publicist Joe Barron. ”.
In an interview with Larry Lubiner, the leader of his Facebook fan club, Kid Rock said that shooting the cans was “the greatest moment of his career”.
A man fired about 30 shots at three beer cases, adding shotgun shells for impact. Their combined accuracy rate of 38% in the two instances where they were successful was astounding.
Kid Rock’s fame has grown since that fantastic second. For his “No Snowflakes” tour, he first signed a more than $120 million contract with Pabst to provide all the beer, and since I haven’t read that one yet, he signed a deal with American Patriot beer for an undisclosed sum.
While all this fantastic stuff keeps happening to Kid Rock, the opposite keeps happening to Bud Light. They ought to have learned their lesson after being rejected by conservatives in 2017.
Unfortunately, no. While Kid Rock is a rock star, the corporation is doomed to failure. Godspeed, United States.