Busch Beer Giving Three Months' Worth of Beer to People Who Adopt or Foster During the Pandemic

By 4 months ago

Dogs are truly a man's best friend, and this is especially true during this strange time we're all living in. Dogs don't know there's a pandemic going on, they're just living their lives, and it's making their owners have some sense of normalcy during this time.

Busch Beer Company understands the value that a relationship with a dog can be during a stressful time, and they are using a free beer offer to entice people to adopt at this time.

Busch Beer announced an offer of three months' supply of beer to 500 people who adopt or foster a dog from Midwest Animal Rescue in Minnesota.

Nearly every shelter across the country has had to close its doors to the public and cancel adoption events, while unfortunately still adding to their numbers daily. Shelter organizations across the country are attempting to place their animals in temporary (or permanent) homes as quickly as they can. 

So, if you're nearby the Midwest Animal Rescue, now you can enjoy a beer and the companionship of a dog during this stressful time. 

"Social distancing is better with a furry friend by your side and a cold beer in your hand," the spokesperson added.

If you are one of the first 500 people to adopt or foster, you will receive a $100 pre-paid debit card, which you can then use to buy your three months' worth of beer. It's a win-win for everybody.

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