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Act responsibly when consuming alcohol

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With the Super Bowl around the corner, consider these thoughts from the San Antonio branch of Silver Eagle Distributors, sharing the importance of acting responsibly when consuming alcohol. --

Dear Readers,

Every football fan knows you need to have a great game plan to bring home the win, and preparing to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday is no different. Silver Eagle Distributors, the local Anheuser-Busch distributor, wants to remind fans to celebrate responsibly and call the most important play of the day: planning ahead to ensure a safe ride home, whether you’re catching the game at a bar, restaurant or house party.

For those hosting parties, keep these Bud Light Party Code tips in mind to help make sure your friends and family have a good and safe time:

•Serve food for the duration of the party;
•Don’t refresh unfinished drinks -- let guests drink at their own pace;
•Provide non-alcohol beverages for designated drivers and adults who prefer not to drink;
•Call a cab or ask someone to spend the night if they’ve had too much to drink.

Visit the ‘Our Responsibility’ section at to download Bud Light’s full playbook on getting the party started the safe way. Your friends will thank you!

Enjoy the game and, as always, thanks for celebrating responsibly and keeping our roadways safe for everyone.


John L. Nau, III
President & CEO
Silver Eagle Distributors, L.P.

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