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Free beer for Las Vegas if city breaks heat record

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May 29, 2019 By Caitlin Lilly

Las Vegas’ unbearably hot summer temperatures could finally pay off for something — free beer.

This June, Coors Light will give away free beer in 10 select cities, Las Vegas included, if and when the cities hit record-breaking temperatures, according to a news release.

When the record is broken, the company will announce the locations where locals can snag a free Coors Light.

Whichever city shatters the biggest record of all 10 participating cities will earn a visit from Coors Light’s Coldstream, a converted Airstream that’s been modified to “offer extreme refreshment on the go.”

Other selected cities include Albuquerque, New Mexico; Austin, Texas; Buffalo, New York; Columbia, South Carolina; Lincoln, Nebraska; Nashville, Tennessee; Pittsburgh; Tampa, Florida; and Washington, D.C.


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