Hyundai's Arguments Against Hope Detector

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“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” Thus reads the declaration written on the Statue of Liberty, and the first words numerous immigrants see as they enter the United States of America. Immigrants flock to America longing to become a citizen of the land of the free, to seek political and religious freedom, to escape oppression and poverty, and to better their own lives. Some citizens of the United States believe immigrants will never truly become an American since their vocabulary may not be up to par with the remainder of the country, or that immigrants just do not understand the…show more content…
As the colonists stepped foot onto the fertile ground, but struggled to make ends meet, the revolutionaries gave them hope for a better future. This relentless optimism still resides in the citizens of this exceptional nation. Hyundai shows this during Super Bowl LII as they display their Hyundai Hope on Wheels organization during their “Hope Detector” commercial. This commercial shows fans streaming through metal detectors before entering the stadium. As they put their keys in the bin and walk through the metal detector a red heart would light up above the heads of the fans that drive a Hyundai. Security then brings them into another room in which pediatric cancer survivors thanked them for not only buying a Hyundai but for their donation to pediatric cancer research (“Hope Detector Hyundai NFL Super Bowl LII”). These devoted Hyundai customers inspired hope for a better future. When a customer purchases a Hyundai, the Hyundai Hope on Wheels organization donates a percentage of the sales to cancer research. Without this generous contribution countless cancer patients would not have the chance to live a healthier life; thus, it gives hope for a better future. When a citizen feels hopeless a true American notices and tries to strengthen their spirits in order to give hope. Even these cancer patients felt optimistic because that characteristic only resides in a true American. An American does not surrender when hardships present themselves, instead, they remain positive and fight until the finish. For an American when situations arise, they do not say “I give up” instead they say “bring it on” because the United States of America created itself based on
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