My, how time flies! It seems like only yesterday that we were telling you about the “60 Second Cocktails” program, brought to you this summer by Bacardi USA to support the USO. Well summer’s almost over, but it’s not too late to show your support!
Now through Labor Day, we encourage you to click away and help us reach our goal. So far, we’ve only raised about 15% of our goal of an additional $25,000, and only YOU can help us reach the ultimate goal of $100,000 being donated from Bacardi to the USO. You can click as often as you like, share it on your own Facebook profile, and tell your friends by posting on their profiles, too!
We want to thank everyone who has shown their support with just a click this summer. As a special treat, we wanted to bring you this video clip from 60 Second Cocktails!
Former US Marine and top mixologist, Bryan Stowe, demonstrates how to mix a BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Collins Cocktail made with BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Gin. Delicious but perfectly simple, each of the 60 Second Cocktails can be crafted in 60 seconds or less. Prep your mixers and garnishes in advance, and be ready to impress your guests.
Don’t forget to “Like” 60 Second Cocktails on Facebook to download the recipe book and to help support the troops!
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