Cheers! The Navy SEAL Who Killed Bin Laden Is In A Clever Commercial Promoting A Brewing Company That Supports The Military And Is Looking For Investors. 

 Robert O’Neill is the Navy SEAL who is universally credited for taking out Osama Bin Laden back in 2011.  

Since then, O’Neill has written a book, made countless media appearances and attacks life with a passion and aggressiveness you’d expect from a bad ass military special forces member. 

One thing he has his hands in now, is trying to promote an investment opportunity for Armed Forces Brewing Company. The company is planning on producing three brands of beers, one each for the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard (Seawolf Brewing), Soldier Brewing (Army) and Airmen Brewing (Air Force). 

According to the company’s investment page, the company will have at least 70% of its workforce comprised of military veterans. O’Neill is listed as a brand ambassador and is also on the company’s board of directors. 

Here’s what O”Neill said in a company statement released this week. ““I’m proud to work with some great Americans making great American beer.  Our beers pay tribute to the men and women of the greatest military in the world, and I am thrilled that anyone and everyone can own part of this patriotic company at this early stage alongside me.”

Armed Forces Brewing Company is looking to raise a total of $7.5 million which they will use to require a brewing facility. 

O’Neill appears in a commercial for the company that is making the rounds on social medial. In it, O’Neill is shooting guns, talking tough, and promoting the beer in a hilarious, must-see spot. 

He’s very good on camera. Poised, articulate, forceful and funny, and the commercial plays to O’Neill’s strengths with his tough-talking persona and ability to fire a Glock.  It’s a very clever homage to the 2012 commercial Dollar Shave Club came out with.  

Check it out.

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