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Anderson .Paak groups up with Jameson Irish Whiskey for Video Spot & Partnership

Jameson Irish Whiskey is teaming up with Grammy award…

Jameson Irish Whiskey is teaming up with Grammy award profitable musician and fellow native bar supporter Anderson .Paak to situation a rallying cry for individuals to exit, get a drink and #LoveThyBar this St. Patrick’s Day. 

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Produced by Jameson’s strategic inventive & content material accomplice Night After Night, the inventive, that includes Anderson .Paak, is meant to assist remind shoppers that native bars are the place the unplanned and incomparable moments happen over a drink with pals. And that if we don’t present like to our bars, we may lose them.

“To let you understand we’re critical, Jameson is pledging as much as $1 million in the direction of our program to assist shoppers attempt Jameson and assist their native neighborhood bars in America,” stated Paul Di Vito, Vice President, Jameson, Pernod Ricard USA. “Consumers will be capable to have interaction with their communities and assist their favourite bars with a drink supply from Jameson. This connection to native neighborhoods throughout the nation is a giant a part of what has formed Jameson into what it's in the present day and it’s important that we present our assist and dedication to holding these establishments of tradition and neighborhood alive.”

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