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Offseason's greetings, Brewers fans: Have you "Been Bernied"?


MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Brewers are offering fans the chance this holiday season to get in the spirit through a fun game titled "You've Been Bernied."  Through various social media platforms and pay-it-forward goodwill, Brewers fans can participate in the game for a chance to win the gift of the holiday season-a pair of Brewers Holiday 4-Packs-while at the same time, spread holiday cheer and "offseason's greetings."

Fans are encouraged to visit Brewers.com/bernied to participate in the game. There, fans can print out an "I've Been Bernied" sign and instruction sheet and pass it along with a special treat to "Bernie" their neighbors, friends or family and watch the game build throughout the community. For a chance to win the Brewers Holiday 4-Packs and other prizes, fans are invited to take photos of their treats and/or of themselves sporting a Bernie Brewer moustache and post the image to Twitter and/or Instagram using #IveBeenBernied.

The game is based on the popular holiday activities by neighbors and friends such as "Elf-ing" at Christmas and "Boo-ing" at Halloween.  

Brewers Holiday 4-Packs have been on sale for two weeks and are a fantastic holiday gift. Each Holiday 4-Pack comes with a Bernie Brewer collectible holiday ornament. Packages start at just $72 and plans are optimized to fit every schedule. For more information on Brewers Holiday 4-Packs, visit Brewers.com/4packs.

The "You've Been Bernied" contest runs now through December 19th, giving fans over two weeks to visit Brewers.com/bernied and participate.

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