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Budweiser – Official Beer Sponsor of Daytona Bike Week 2014


Budweiser - Official Sponsor of Daytona Bike Week 20142014 Daytona Bike Week

The Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce announced today that Budweiser has been named the Official Beer of Bike Week 2014 in Daytona Beach, to be held March 7-16, 2014, and will be the presenting sponsor of the 2015 Bike Week Logo to be unveiled on March 10, 2014.

Phil Maroney, Co-Chair of the Bike Week Festival Task Force, stated his appreciation for Budweiser joining in the sponsorship once again, “the Bike Week Festival Task Force is honored to the ‘King of Beers’ continue their sponsorship as the “Official Beer of Bike Week” and we value their support.”

Budweiser once again takes on the role of the “Official Beer of Bike Week” and is proud to host the annual Clydesdale Parade. Bike Week 2014 will continue the tradition of the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales once again parading down Main Street during three showings on March 8, 9, and 15.  All appearances are scheduled for 3 p.m. (weather permitting) and are expected to draw large crowds of enthusiastic onlookers.

This year’s route starts at A1A and Oakridge Blvd, proceeds south to Main Street, west to Peninsula and north to finish back at Oakridge. The combination of nature’s most extreme horsepower and the machine driven variety are a spectacle that few individuals are lucky enough to experience.

Be sure to stop by and see the World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales at their stables at Destination Daytona and get your passport stamped at Saints and Sinners Pub.

Additional information on Bike Week in Daytona Beach can be found by downloading the Official Bike Week iPhone App and also on the Official Daytona Bike Week Website at, featuring the largest online resource for attendees.

More information on the Budweiser Clydesdales can be found here.

For information on any aspect of Bike Week 2014, contact the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce at 386-523-3675.

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