The El Paso crowd gathered like any other Monday night, noted by former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman.
“We thought there were some good crowds, but this exceeded my greatest expectations,” he told the El Paso Times. “The people of El Paso are great. They have always been good for me and for the cowboys.”
The three-time Super Bowl champion stopped by three times while promoting his new beer in Sun City. BikiniJoe’s, 7942 Gateway East Blvd; Headquarters, 2910 Tularosa Ave; Union Draft House Sunland, 730 Sunland Park Drive.
Known as Eight, named after his iconic jersey number, the beer was launched in February at Texas bars, restaurants, and other on-premises account faucets.
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Akeman I told the El Paso Times in February He always likes beer and the new line is in line with his lifestyle. It’s about working hard and enjoying time with his family and friends.
“I think I have a divine talent, but why I think I was able to do it athletic, and even what I can do with Fox now, through the good old hardware and willing to do it. The people who do it are the ones who have always inspired me, and that’s what this beer is all about. “
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