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Super Bowl Ad Tries to Dispel "Texan Myths"


H-E-B Super Bowl ad takes on 'True Texan' myths

by Kens5.com Staff
Posted on January 30, 2013 at 12:39 PM

SAN ANTONIO -- H-E-B is trying to dispel a few Texas myths in a Super Bowl ad featuring Texas native and country music star Jack Ingram.

Ingram starts out the commercial by explaining that he hears a lot of the typical Texas stereotypes while touring the country. You know, like
how all Texans wear belt buckles, ride horses to work and eat barbecue for every meal.

A sneak preview of the commercial was released on Wednesday.

WATCH:

The San Antonio-based grocery chain will also be launching a social media campaign asking people to tweet what they think makes a
#truetexan.

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I remember once going to Florida and being so disappointed that there wasn't an H-E-B. But seriously, I've legit had kids in school who were from other states literally think that we (Texans) took carriages/horses to school. LOL
dubiously 30th-Jan-2013 08:27 pm (UTC)
My brother & sister bought plots of land next to each other outside city limits up north of Springtown. That shit is so country lol. They don't even have their own police force/fire department. I think my niece gets on the school bus at like 5am or something equally insane. Idk how they tolerate it after growing up in the city.
war_machine_rox 30th-Jan-2013 08:32 pm (UTC)
lol sounds about right.

My small town had a volunteer fire department. It took about an hour for them to show up anywhere :/

Now I live in a 'city' and I don't ever want to go back.
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