Washington Commanders Partner with Sire Spirits: Official Cognac and Champagne Designation

  The Washington Commanders, an esteemed American football team, have recently announced a groundbreaking multi-year partnership with Sire Spirits, the brainchild of the renowned musician, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. This exciting collaboration involves the designation of Branson Cognac as the Official Cognac and Le Chemin Du Roi as the Official Champagne of the Washington Commanders. The partnership also extends to Jackson's G-Unity Foundation, which will work in conjunction with the Washington Commanders Charitable Foundation to support various community initiatives in the DMV area.

A Shared Commitment to Community Support

Jason Wright, the esteemed President of the Washington Commanders, expressed his enthusiasm for this partnership, emphasizing its shared commitment to empowering and uplifting the community. The primary objective of this collaboration is to enhance the game day experience for fans while fostering a sense of camaraderie and support within the community. As part of this initiative, Sire Spirits will sponsor the Club Level Lounge, which will now be known as the "Branson Lounge & Gallery." Additionally, a Club Level Bar situated on the 50-yard line will be aptly named the "50 Yard Branson Bar." These premium spaces will offer fans over the age of 21 the opportunity to indulge in the exquisite spirits during game days and fan events.

Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson expressed his excitement about expanding Sire Spirits' presence in the NFL through this partnership. He perceives the Washington Commanders' change in ownership as a tremendous opportunity and eagerly anticipates engaging with the DMV community. Following his Final Lap international tour, Jackson plans to offer his premium cognac and champagne to fans, further solidifying the Commanders' commitment to delivering an exceptional experience both on and off the field.

Supporting the Community Efforts

Beyond the realm of exhilarating game day experiences, this partnership aims to bolster the Washington Commanders' ongoing community efforts in the DMV area. The G-Unity Foundation, established by Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson in 2003, focuses on supporting programs for inner-city children across the nation. In collaboration with the Washington Commanders Charitable Foundation, the G-Unity Foundation will sponsor the 50/50 raffle on game days, contributing to various charitable initiatives. Moreover, the Branson Lounge & Gallery will proudly display artworks created by local artists, with the proceeds from auctions benefiting a charity chosen by the Washington Commanders Charitable Foundation. The G-Unity Foundation will also extend its support to the Commanders' annual Harvest Feast and various social justice initiatives.

A Storied History and a Recognizable Franchise

The Washington Commanders, established in 1932 and currently owned by a group led by Josh Harris, boast a rich and storied history in professional football. Over the years, the team has seen the leadership of multiple Hall of Fame coaches and has had the honor of having 19 members inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Additionally, the team proudly holds five World Championship titles. Since their relocation to Washington, D.C. in 1937, the Commanders have become an iconic and recognizable professional sports franchise.

To learn more about this exciting partnership and to stay updated on the latest news and developments, visit the official Washington Commanders website.

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