Television network CBS recently decided to pull SodaStream's planned Super Bowl ad. In this video, Motley Fool consumer goods analyst Blake Bos reassures investors that the company will still have a different ad aired during the Super Bowl, and speculates on the real reason behind CBS' decision. He also tells us why this ad has a chance to go viral, just like one of SodaStream's other ads that was banned in the U.K. and ended up earning the company an enormous amount of publicity.
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