Victory Brewing Company Presents Preston & Steve’s® Cardboard Classic

imageFrom Victory:

DOWNINGTOWN, PA: Play hooky and meet Victory Brewing Company on the slopes of Jack Frost Big Boulder

on Friday, March 3rd! Philadelphia’s creativity is put to the test at Preston & Steve’s® annual Cardboard Classic.

Participants are tasked with building a sled completely out of cardboard, tape, string and glue that will make it

down a tubing slope at Jack Frost Big Boulder. Victory is thrilled to be this year’s presenting sponsor of Preston

& Steve’s® Cardboard Classic taking place on Friday, March 3rd from 10:30 am - 1:30 pm.

Everyone’s favorite winter event just got better now that attendees will be able to buy Victory beer during

Cardboard Classic on the slopes and at happy hour. Folks can enjoy fan favorites like HopDevil IPA, Golden

Monkey, Prima Pils sold on the slopes and at the mountain’s official happy hour for $5-$6 as well as 21st

Birthday IPA on draft at happy hour. To keep the beer flowin’ and the spirit of Victory alive far longer than the

race, the best Victory sled will win beer for a year on behalf of Victory, consisting of 12 cases of their core

brands.*

Look for the Victory tents to check out merchandise available for purchase like t-shirts, hats, bottle openers and

more (cash only). Some events in the area will take place the night before at Harmony Beverage, all Split Rock

Resort restaurants, and Hickory Run Tavern. More details to come on these events at

www.victorybeer.com/events.--

*Please note that all team members participating in the Victory Brewing Company Theme Sled must be at least 21

years of age.
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