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Busch beer wants to sponsor your wedding with $25,000 prize

Frank Carnevale
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Busch beer has a new promotion to be the official sponsor of your wedding. They are offering a chance to have “Busch Guy” as your officiator, as well as receive $25,000 and a full supply of Busch beer for the party.
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Busch beer has a new promotion to be the official sponsor of your wedding. They are offering a chance to have “Busch Guy” as your officiator, as well as receive $25,000 and a full supply of Busch beer for the party.

Are you getting married soon? Do you like Busch beer? Would you like them to sponsor your wedding day?

Busch says that the beer is the guest of honor at thousands of weddings, as “Busch guys and girls” across the country have brought the beer into their big day. So they want to crash the wedding.

Busch has a new promotion to be the official sponsor of your wedding. They are offering a chance to have “Busch Guy” as your officiator, as well as receive $25,000 and a full supply of Busch beer for the reception.

To win tell them your story on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with the hashtags #BuschWeddings and #Contest.

They even set up a page on Pinterest.

Entries are open from May 20 to May 31.

Frank Carnevale is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Frank via Twitter .

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