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See It Through
November 22, 2011
The spot features Chrysler’s flagship 300 vehicle, local Detroiters who call the city and its surrounding suburbs home – including Detroit Lion’s Ndamukong Suh – and a poem written in 1917 by Edgar Allen Guest, a poet laureate of Michigan during the first half of the 20th century. The featured poem in the spot, “See It Through,” speaks to the determination and resolve of Detroit and its people, reminding us all that the best thing to do when dealing with adversity is to face your problems head on.
The spot features Chrysler’s flagship 300 vehicle, local Detroiters who call the city and its surrounding suburbs home – including Detroit Lion’s Ndamukong Suh – and a poem written in 1917 by Edgar Allen Guest, a poet laureate of Michigan during the first half of the 20th century. The featured ...
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deandre
Dec. 3 2011
i would love to see you use "sir it up" by patti labelle from beverly hills cop. ever time i here this song it reminds detroit
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