Jeep pulls Corona Arch rope swing shot from Super Bowl ad
Jeep says "point well taken" over criticism of its Super Bowl 50 commercial. The ad included a clip showing someone rope swinging from Corona Arch, an activity banned by the BLM in 2015.
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