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WATCH: Toyota unites faith leaders in new TV ad

by Eno Adeogun

The interfaith advert titled "One Team," began with a rabbi rushing out of synagogue and into his truck to get to an American football game.

On the way, he picks up a priest - who rushes out of church mid-sentence during a sermon - an imam and a monk, with lots of laughter and pranks along the journey.

 

Once they arrive, they are scolded by two nuns for being late.

 

The one-minute advert, created by the advertising firm Saatchi & Saatchi, earned praise on social media and racked up more than 200,000 views on YouTube.

One user tweeted: "That's my America."

Companies paid over $5 million to secure a 30-second advert spot during the popular sports game.

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