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Visa commercial features San Francisco 49ers

Oct 13, 2012 at 9:05 PM--


What happens when you put a fan in the locker room with Patrick Willis, Alex Smith and the 49ers? You get one epic pep talk. That's what this new Visa commercial featuring the San Francisco 49ers is all about. Watch it below.




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