CORONA, BERNSTEIN TEAM UP FOR BOXING FANS AFTER FRIDAY’S WEIGH-IN AT BARCLAYS CENTER

Hall of Fame Broadcaster Al Bernstein will host a special live event for boxing fans Friday, July 29 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, as part of the fight week festivities for the Leo Santa Cruz-Carl Frampton fight.  The event will take place at approximately 1:30 p.m.,  right after the weigh-in inside the Atrium of the Barclays Center.

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The fan event is sponsored by Corona Extra Cerveza Mas Fina and it will feature  the Corona Extra Limited Bottle Fighter release,  interviews with champion boxers, Q & A,  boxing trivia for fans to win prizes and a preview of Santa Cruz-Frampton. The first 50 fans to attend will receive a signed copy of Bernstein’s book, “30 Years, 30 Undeniable Truths about Boxing, Sports and TV.”

BARRY AND SHANE MCGUIGAN IN FRONT OF BARCLAYSThis is  the second of four events  that Al Bernstein is scheduled to host for Corona Extra.“We’re excited to continue this terrific series of engagements with Hall of Fame broadcaster Al Bernstein. Boxing fans love the opportunity to get up close and personal with the foremost expert of the sport. Don’t miss this one!, ” said Daniel Kinghorn, Sr. Manager, National Sponsorships, Constellation Brands.

Bernstein said, “The sport of boxing has no better friend than Corona Extra and I Iove collaborating with the folks there to offer more fun for boxing fans around these big fights. It’s so enjoyable to interact with the fans, give prizes away to them  and bring them interviews with top boxers. This is a true labor of love, made even better because I’m working with the talented Corona Extra staff.”

 

 

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