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Celebrate Mexican Independence Day With Gran Centenario, Mexico’s #1 Tequila

Mexico's #1 tequila raises a glass on Mexican Independence Day, picking up the tab for a nationwide celebration across the U.S.

Photo courtesy of Gran Centenario Tequila

NEW YORK — (PRNewswire) — Founded in 1857 by Lazaro Gallardo, the first-ever Tequila Master Distiller in history, Gran Centenario is Mexico’s #1 tequila – steeped in over a century of Mexican tradition and heritage, recognized for its exceptional quality and taste. This September, in honor of Mexican Independence Day, Gran Centenario invites tequila lovers across the U.S. to raise a glass and ‘Celebrate on Us.’

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Handcrafted in the highlands of Jalisco, Gran Centenario uses a century-old recipe to handcraft its range of smooth, yet complex and balanced tequilas. Toasting to culture and tradition while commemorating Mexico’s independence – ‘Celebrate on Us’ aims to unite family and friends, celebrating the people, places, and moments that bring us together, over a complimentary tequila. 

To redeem this offer, tequila lovers 21+ and over can simply purchase a Gran Centenario cocktail from their favorite local bar or restaurant, or a 750ml bottle of Gran Centenario Tequila, take a photo of the itemized receipt, and upload it through www.GranCentenario.com/CelebrateonUs. Valid receipts will receive reimbursement of up to $6.00 (paid via Paypal or Amazon.com e-gift code) on purchases from September 1-19, 2021, in applicable U.S. states. Official terms and conditions, including a list of applicable U.S. states, can be found at www.GranCentenario.com/CelebrateonUs

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