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Source: Common Domain

Colombia Wants to Boost Its National Sport. That Might Mean Less Beer.


It first tried to boost tejo in 2000 by elevating it to the status of national sport, complete with its own postage stamp and a solemn hymn about the “fervent and tenacious” players who sling the disk.

As he grabs a bottle from one of two cases of lager strategically placed courtside at a Bogotá tejo club, retired priest Luis Acevedo calls beer “the elixir that gives tejo players their gusto.” Rather than Gatorade, players hydrate with some of the 30 to 60 bottles of beer their teams typically purchase for the privilege of using the tejo court.

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Source: Fox News

Millennials blamed for killing these businesses


Over the last two years, millennials have been labeled as the “fall guy” for many brands and products losing their luster.

In 2018 alone, adults ranging in age from 18-35 years old have been blamed for sales declines in canned tuna, American cheeses, homeownership and motorcycles. Last year, the generation was targeted for turning its nose up at American beer classics, such as Budweiser, Coors Light and other big beers brands as well as certain breakfast cereals and paper napkins, which caused those industries to slide.

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