Hi Guys! Another exciting day is around the corner – the Arthur Guinness Day celebration.
Arthur Guinness is celebrated worldwide and true Guinness Foreign Extra Stout lovers, the world over, traditionally hold the 27th of September as their own epic day of celebration where they toast to the legacy of the great Arthur Guinness.
Nigeria is not left out in this worldwide celebration as we and the rest of the world raise our glasses to Arthur on this day and celebrate a truly inspiring brand, Guinness Foreign Extra Stout.
In the spirit of true brotherhood, Friday September 28th, 2012 has been set aside to celebrate with you and it’ll be going down at an all exclusive Guinness VIP Black Party taking place at La Mango Restaurant & Bar – 2, Adekunle Fajuyi Street, GRA, Ikeja by 17:59!!!
Guinness lovers all over the world will be joining us in raising glasses and toasting to Arthur in recognition of the remarkable heritage this iconic brand represents, Guinness Foreign Extra Stout!
So, where will you be on Arthur Guinness’s day?
La Mango in GRA, Ikeja is the place to be!
DJ Xclusive intends to bring down the roof that night… Wow! and Guess what! 360nobs.com has loads of free VIP tickets to give away; all you have to do is like the Guinness Facebook page at www.facebook.com/guinnessvip, pay tribute to Arthur Guinness and you stand a chance to win and an iPad or tickets for you and a friend to attend the party. It is that simple!
Be part of this epic day, join in the celebration! Dress code – Black and Trendy.
Guinness Foreign Extra Stout encourages everyone to Stay On-Side and enjoys their drinks responsibly:
- Guinness is strictly not for sale to or consumption by persons under 18
- Drink water between drinks to keep you refreshed
- Eat a good meal before and after the big match
- Captain your team – keep an eye on your friends and make sure they get home safely
- Don’t drink and drive
Want to stay in touch with everything football, lifestyle and entertainment? Just join Guinness VIP. SMS ‘Yes’ and your Date of Birth to ‘1759’ and you’re in.
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