Just a few days after the Commanders announced their deal to bring back Anheuser-Busch as the team’s official beer sponsor, today the Commanders uncorked a new multi-year partnership with Sire Spirits, owned and designed by award-winning musician, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and Emmy award-winning actor and director Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.
As part of the partnership, Sire Spirits’ Branson Cognac will be the Official Cognac of the Washington Commanders, and Le Chemin Du Roi will be designated as the Official Champagne of the Washington Commanders. Jackson’s 501(c)(3) philanthropic arm, The G-Unity Foundation, will also work closely with the Washington Commanders Charitable Foundation, supporting expanded community initiatives across the DMV.
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