aluminumSuper Bowl LIV kicks off Sunday, February 2 featuring the Kansas City Chiefs versus the San Francisco 49ers at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, which is within our service area

If you are thirsty for a beer, you will likely find yourself holding one of the 50,000 lightweight, recyclable aluminum cups prepared for the big game.  Hard Rock Stadium is adopting the cups as part of its’ plans to phase out 99.4 percent of single-use plastics in 2020.  The cups will be affixed with the Bud Light logo, as the brand is the NFL’s official beer and presenting sponsor of the Super Bowl LIV cups.

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