KANSAS CITY, Mo. - He delivers beer and laughs, and this week he’s doing it in Kansas City.
Windell Middlebrooks, otherwise known as the Miller High Life delivery man, made stops across the metro area Monday.
“We’re here because Kansas City knows how to live the high life,” Middlebrooks said.
He's here for the All-Star festivities and to promote Miller's Welcome Veterans Back to the High Life program.
“When you finish drinking your High Life, why don't you take your bottle cap and turn it in,” Middlebrooks said. “And we'll give them experiences like the All-Star Game.”
Ten cents for every bottle cap or can tab turned in goes to the program that gives veterans a chance to enjoy some fun.
“When our vets come back, we want them to have the great time that we’ve been having while they were sacrificing for us,” Middlebrooks said.
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