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Lleyton Hewitt supporting Sands Beer

Published: Aug 22, 2013

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FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — Former world number one Australian professional tennis player Lleyton Hewitt will once again prove there’s nothing like a Sands Beer by wearing the Sands logo when he competes in the U.S. Open as he did when he competed in Wimbledon 2013.

Hewitt first brought international awareness to the Bahamian Brewery & Beverage brands by donning T-shirts with the Strong Back logo at the 2012 Australian open press conference. This year, he also wore the Sands logo on the court, at the most prestigious tennis arena in the world – Wimbledon.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bahamian Brewery & Beverage James ‘Jimmy’ Sands said: “The U.S. Open and Wimbledon are such large scale events in the tennis arena, and I am honored that he would even think to wear the Sands logo while playing. We are absolutely thrilled to have Sands Beer promoted on such an international stage.”

Hewitt defeated Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland to make it to the second round of Wimbledon, but unfortunately, he didn’t advance any further. His performance however not only gained widespread recognition for Sands Beer, but also displayed that he is still a contender in the tennis world. Sands, and the brewery are excited to see how he will do in the upcoming U.S. Open.

The brewery is a proud supporter of sports in the country, mainly focusing on the sport of sailing. The brewery sponsors numerous sailing competitions throughout the country, including bringing back the art of sculling. Sands will host its next sculling competition coming up in West End, Grand Bahama, on August 2424.

The brewery is very aware of the benefit of all sports and is extremely pleased to be advertised in the tennis arena by Hewitt, who has been a Bahamian resident since 2009.


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