Make a Toast on Facebook to Win a Bacardi Oakheart Stein

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In one of the more ingenious Facebook contests, Bacardi is giving away 5,000 Oakheart steins per week to fans who submit three-word toasts.

Just become a fan of Bacardi Oakheart on Facebook and submit a three-word toast. The first 5,000 entries per week will win a stein. 

Facebook fans are also invited to vote for their favorite toast.  The

toast with the most (votes) per week will win a Bacardi Oakheart barrel

filled with Bacardi products.

Some recently submitted toasts include:

Cheers for America...Let's just drink....and New Times rocks! (yes, we submitted that one).

Bacardi Oakheart is Bacardi's entry into the spiced rum category and is

poised to compete with spiced staples like Captain Morgan and Sailor


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