Budweiser signs multi-year partnership with Coach's Corner
Jan. 17, 2013
/CNW/ - Today, Budweiser announced that it has signed a multi-year partnership with Hockey Night in
Coach's Corner, hosted by
. The deal will feature Budweiser advertising and content during every Coach's Corner segment.
"Coach's Corner is a central part of the hockey experience for Canadian fans and Budweiser is proud to support every check, shot, hit and goal analyzed by Ron and Don," said
, Vice President of Marketing, Labatt Breweries of
. "Budweiser is thrilled to be a part of the Hockey Night in
, fans can expect innovative Budweiser advertising on Coach's Corner - we'll be getting fans involved along the ways so stay tuned!"
"We're pleased to welcome Budweiser to CBC's Hockey Night in
, general manager, CBC Revenue Group. "Budweiser has built a great connection with hockey fans across
, and having them as part of Hockey Night is a natural fit. We're looking forward to a very successful relationship."
Partnering with Coach's Corner is part of Budweiser's goal to make hockey more fun, exciting and accessible for Canadians. In addition to Coach's Corner, Budweiser is the presenting sponsor for the new Hockey Night in
Second Screen experience, the Out of Town Scores and highlights of the best goals from around the league with Goal Tonight. Budweiser will also continue to execute national and regional hockey programs that resonate with Canadian hockey fans from coast-to-coast.
Budweiser - the King of Beers - has been brewed since 1876 under the highest quality standards. A strong supporter of hockey in
, Budweiser is partner to 23 professional hockey teams in
and the U.S. Brewed in
for more than 30 years, Budweiser uses only the finest ingredients without any artificial ingredients, additives or preservatives. Budweiser is distinguished by its clean, crisp, distinctive flavour, the result of a unique beechwood aging process. For more information, visit
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