Beer Hall of Fame National Search Narrows to Include Twelve Great American Cities

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Beer Hall of Fame founders have selected 12 American cities as finalists in their national search to find a permanent home. The following cities have been selected as finalists: Portland, Oregon; Covington, Kentucky; Cincinnati, Ohio; San Diego, California; Chicago Southland, Illinois; Frankenmuth Michigan; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; St. Louis, Missouri; Baltimore, Maryland; San Antonio, Texas; Decatur, Alabama; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Beer Hall of Fame founders have selected 12 American cities as finalists in their national search to find a permanent home.

“We have had a terrific response to our search! These 12 cities understand the historical and economic impact of being permanent host city to such a unique international destination. There is no other beer entertainment location like the Beer Hall of Fame anywhere in the world.” stated Joe Gardenghi, Chief Operations Officer of Leisure Technician, LLC, of Severna Park, Maryland and one of the founders of the Beer Hall of Fame. “The competition is heating up!”

The following cities (in no specific order) have been selected to receive a Beer Hall of Fame Request For Proposal (RFP):

Portland, Oregon

Covington, Kentucky

Cincinnati, Ohio

San Diego, California

Chicago Southland, Illinois

Frankenmuth Michigan

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

St. Louis, Missouri

Baltimore, Maryland

San Antonio, Texas

Decatur, Alabama

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"The Beer Hall of Fame will be the ultimate travel and tourism destination for the 90,000,000 million beer drinkers in the USA and hundreds of millions more from around the world," stated Gardenghi, "The Beer Hall of Fame will place one of these cities on the world map! The Beer Hall of Fame will house fine beer themed restaurants, a collection of beer memorabilia, Beer Radio broadcasting studios, music and entertainment venues, an education center, an enormous selection of beer and the actual Beer Hall of Fame. We will create a short list from these respondents and the host city will be announced in October.”

Americans spent nearly 75 billion dollars on beer in 2003. (This is over 8 times the amount spent on ALL domestic movie tickets in the same period) These 90,000,000 people love to travel, taste, talk and revel in the adventure that surrounds great beer. Junkets of beer drinkers and their families will travel and spend the weekend to enjoy all the festivities at the Beer Hall of Fame. Membership in the Beer Hall of Fame is open to any passionate beer drinker.

The U.S. Beer Drinking Team is the first multi-media company for the beer industry. The USBDT is an international pub, restaurant and beer store loyalty program for beer drinkers. Beer Radio is the first "all beer all the time" radio program developed for national syndication. Broadcasting from Baltimore, Maryland, Beer Radio promotes the "sister and brotherhood of beer" to the 90,000,000 beer drinkers in the USA via SIRIUS Satellite Radio and syndicated stations across the country.

For more information about the Beer Hall of Fame (http://www.BeerHallOfFame.com) or the U.S. Beer Drinking Team’s international pub, restaurant and beer store loyalty program contact: Joe Gardenghi (410) 744-4369 Joe@BeerRadio.com

Beer Radio syndication, advertising, please contact: Barb McMahon, (203) 438-5759

The Beer Hall of Fame, U.S. Beer Drinking Team (USBDT) and Beer Radio are service/trademarks and subsidiaries of Leisure Technician, LLC., of Severna Park, Maryland. All right reserved.

The Beer Hall of Fame, Beer Radio and the U.S. Beer Drinking Team remind you to:    "Think B4U Drink!"

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