The Moment Bud Light ‘Victory Fridges’ Opened After Cleveland Browns Finally Won A Game
After 635 days without a win, the Cleveland Browns finally celebrated a victory.
If you missed their Thursday Night Football win and the subsequent coming out party for rookie sensation Baker Mayfield, you can get that recap on the internet. Right now, I'm here to talk about what may be the greatest promotion I've seen all year.
A few weeks ago, Bud Light set up 'Victory Fridges' all over Cleveland, promising to collectively electromagnetically "unlock" the refrigerators via WiFi when and if the Browns won a game.
Week 1 ended in a tie against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Week 2 saw the Browns handing the victory to the Saints after a terrible sequence of missed kicks from their (former) kicker.
The Browns hadn't won a game since Week 16 of the 2016 season against the San Diego Chargers, but last night that all changed with their 21-17 victory over the Jets—and cameras caught the moment that the chains came down.
Congrats to the Cleveland Browns and their loyal fans—and as a Saints fan, thanks for Week 2.