Bud Light’s ‘Philly Special’ Truck Pays Tribute to Eagles’ Trick Play, Super Bowl Victory

Ken Knickerbocker
(Image via Phillypenn.com

“Philly Special” – the trick football play that set up Nick Foles’s fourth-and-goal touchdown that helped the Philadelphia Eagles win Super Bowl LII – has been written about and talked about for months. Now, it has been memorialized on a Bud Light delivery truck, writes Danya Henninger for Billy Penn.

The delivery truck will feature a diagram of the play – also known as “Philly, Philly” – on the back of the truck, and the sides of the truck will advertise the forthcoming “Philly, Philly Commemorative Pack.” The truck will also be outfitted with Eagle wings on the fenders.

Bud Light bottles and cans bearing the Eagles’ logos across their fronts are slated to show up in stores on Aug. 16, the date the Eagles face the Patriots in a preseason game at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass.

The Philly Special truck was commissioned jointly by Bud Light, the Eagles, the NFL, and Penn Beer, Bud Light’s local distributor.

The truck is now rolling through the streets of Philadelphia to the delight of Eagles fans.

Read more about the Philly Special truck from Billy Penn by clicking here.