Busch celebrates love – and the love of beer – by giving three happy couples dream weddings on scenic farms in Idaho and North Dakota.
The company will host the venues with barley in the background – and the money to turn them into each couple’s wedding vision, and the cost of a wedding planner, catering, and entertainment so that couples can enjoy the moment in a totally stressful way-free, that is it in a corporate announcement.
This is to help make it easier to find a venue after a year where so many couples have postponed their wedding, which has resulted in a backlog of weddings in 2021. The raffle weddings take place in July on quaint farms that grow the barley that is used to brew bush beer.
“Busch has been an integral part of weddings for years, and we were disappointed that even more couples couldn’t hold their celebrations this year due to a lack of available venues,” said Daniel Blake, VP of Value Brands at Anheuser-Busch. “We believe that weddings, like our beer, can best be enjoyed in the great outdoors. That’s why we’re excited to be working with American farmers to create exclusive wedding venues for Busch fans.”
Couples who are having a hard time embarking on a wedding venue in 2021 can enter the competition by letting the company know how Busch will bring you together. Use the hashtags #BuschFarmWedding and #Contest and mark @Buschbeer on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Visit busch.com for more information.
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