GEORGETOWN — Corona Extra Beer, distributed by Top Brandz Distributors, has joined the Guyana chapter of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League T20 tournament slated to bowl off in one week.
The official announcement was made recently by Ravie Ramcharitar, a director of the Guyana Amazon Warriors franchise.
The signing of this agreement gives Corona Extra Beer the pouring rights for beer at the Guyana National Stadium for all Limacol CPL matches.
“There are some moments when only a Corona will do and we at Top Brandz Distributors believe that the Limacol CPL in Guyana is one of those moments, as it will bring together all Guyanese for the sport that runs deep in our veins, the one game that truly unites us,” Wayne James, managing director of Top Brandz Distributors said at the signing.
“We are happy to have Corona on board for the inaugural Limacol CPL and we look forward to their continued support in the future as I’m positive that our combined efforts will deliver great benefits to both companies,” Ramcharitar said.
Top Brandz Distributors has promised the presence of the “Corona Girls” and other surprises at matches to entertain the crowd at the action-packed games.
Corona will be sold in the various sections of the Guyana National Stadium on the days of the matches and the distributor has indicated that they will be doing a number of advertising campaigns in collaboration with the Guyana Amazon Warriors franchise as they strive to make Corona Extra the preferred beer of patrons even after they exit the matches at Providence.
Also present at the signing were Dwayne Lovell, member of the Guyana Amazon Warriors team management, Amazon Warriors captain Ramnaresh Sarwan and Christopher Barnwell, team member.
Limacol CPL matches will be held in Guyana on July 31 and August 2 and 4.
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