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Bud Light is the Winning Brew During NFL Games at Root 42

bartender holding up bud light shirt on the pool deck at Flamboyan on the bay

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Whether you’re in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands as a visitor, a local — or always in spirit — Coconut Post keeps you posted on fun-filled news ’n views. Published monthly by Flamboyan On The Bay Resort & Villas, we’re focused on sharing our people, places, and fun things happening in paradise.

January, 2020

At Root 42 Bar and Grill, Bud Light fans are all about winning. Order a Bud Light during any NFL game, “root” for your favorite team, and you get a chance to “scratch and win.” You could rack up great prizes including a free beer, bar towel, T-shirt or other fun prizes.

All during the game, Bud Light is just $3 — or order a five-bottle bucket for $13. Every beer you buy comes with a free scratch off ticket. 

During her first visit to St. Thomas, Florida resident Kim McEachern was thrilled to see her favorite beer in the spotlight at Root 42. She won several free beers, a bar towel, and a T-shirt. What luck! Her team won, too.

poster for bud light drink specials at root 42 bar and grill

Above: During all NFL games, Root 42 Bar and Grill features Bud Light on special
— and chances to win great prizes, too.

Root 42 Bar and Restaurant is located on the grounds of Flamboyan on the Bay Resort & Villas. 

For information on upcoming events and special promotions, go to facebook.com/root42vi or call 340-513-1688.

bartender holding up bud light shirt on the pool deck at Flamboyan on the bay

Above: Kim McEachern of Pinellas Park, FL won multiple prizes — including a Bud Light T-shirt — at Root 42’s Bud Light NFL promotion.

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