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Philadelphia basically sold out to a beer brand.

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At times, the Eagles Super Bowl parade felt like a giant Bud Light commercial.

The second-most popular chant heard Thursday, after the ubiquitous E-A-G-L-E-S, was easily “Philly, Philly” — the beer brand’s Eagles-inspired transliteration of its viral “Dilly, Dilly” catchphrase.

The slogan was as inescapable among the parade’s crowds as the smell of weed. And if you looked up in the sky from Center City as the team made its way up Broad Street, you would’ve seen another reminder the city had been invaded by Bud Light. On at least two occasions, a skywriting drone penned variations on the illy-tastic jingle above attendees.

Bud Light all but ensured it would have a large presence at the parade by making good on its promise to offensive tackle Lane Johnson and offering free beers at about two dozen bars near the route. But the foreign-owned brand’s prominence at the festivities was also due to a boost from Philadelphia officials.

The city played along with the brewing giant’s marketing opportunity. For free.

Wednesday, in City Council quarters, a town crier from Bud Light stood next council members Mark Squilla and Bill Greenlee, talking about the beer. “Thy triumph in battle hath inspired the King,” declared the medieval reenactor. “Thusly he hath made an alliance with thy Lord Mayor Jim Kenney…”

The brand ambassador’s appearance at municipal chambers was hyped by an advance press release sent from the City Representative’s office. The first email announcement was titled: “Photo Opportunity: Philadelphia Proclaims ‘Philly Philly Day’ at City Hall.” Around 20 minutes later, an altered email showed up. It read in more passive fashion: “Philadelphia Receives ‘Philly Philly Day’ Proclamation at City Hall.”

With the city’s approval, Bud Light had anointed parade day “Philly Philly Day.”

And for endorsing this marketing takeover, Philadelphia got nothing in return

According to the Mayor’s Office, there was no quid quo pro for the reenactor’s appearance. The Mayor’s Office was also not aware of any donation or contribution from Bud Light or parent company AB InBev to any city fund or city-boosting nonprofit.

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