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Brandon Coulter Finding His Beach with Corona in 2016


Brandon Coulter
Photo by courtesy Brandon Coulter/Corona
(Mar 2, 2016 - Knoxville, TN)

Brandon Coulter likes sand, sun, and a cold Corona as much as the next guy.  However his “beach” is the front deck of his bass boat, especially when the fish are biting.  “Besides being with my wife and four kids, there is no place in the world I would rather be than in my boat fishing,” said Coulter.  “I’ve traveled all over the world and visited some amazing places and found my ‘beach’ is a bass boat.”


Corona Extra will be the primary theme of his tournament boat, tow vehicle, and jersey for the 2016 fishing season. 


A relaxing beach and a quiet fishing trip might sound fairly similar for the uninitiated. However, there is very little comparison between sun, sand and the type of fishing Coulter does.  He fishes the Bassmaster Elite Series which is fast-paced, high horsepower, high stakes, and high rewards.  “Fishing for a living can be stressful for sure,” remarked Coulter, “but it’s what I love.  And having all that pressure makes it very worthwhile and rewarding when I have a good tournament.  It makes that Corona back at the house taste all the better too,” said the veteran angler.      

      
Wives of professional anglers are always happy to hear about companies thinking highly-enough of their husbands to sponsor them in their professional pursuits.  However, for the most part the products those companies sell do not pique their interest a whole lot.  Corona Extra and Deanna Coulter are an exception.  “Best sponsorship of all time!” laughed Coulter’s wife.  “Corona has always been my favorite but now it’s gone to stratosphere status!”


Cherokee Distribution, based in East Tennessee, began working with Coulter four years ago using fishing-centric promotions to increase sales and brand awareness.  “The programs have all proven to be so successful we decided to approach Constellation Brands and Corona for Brandon’s second season of the Elite Series,” said Shane Sloan, Director of Business Development at Cherokee Distributing.  “As a brand they’ve never done anything like this and for that reason it is very compelling,”


“Working with an angler like Brandon Coulter is something I am so excited to be a part of,” said Bobby Shannon, MDM TN/AR - of Constellation Brands.  “Living in the South I know how big a deal fishing is.  So many of our customers are big-time anglers and they completely understand a man’s “beach” oftentimes has everything to do with personal happiness and a relaxed state of mind.  We wish Brandon all the success in the world this year and we will be behind him all the way.”  


About Cherokee Distributing
Founded in 1958, Cherokee Distributing Company offers the leading brands of beer and other non-alcoholic beverages to suit a wide range of consumer tastes in 53 Counties of East and Middle Tennessee.  Its extensive experience in the industry and a rich history in East Tennessee, allows it to respond to the needs of today’s marketplace with efficient, courteous and reliable service.  For more information visit www.cherokeedistributing.com.


About Corona / Constellation Brands
Constellation Brands Beer Division is the exclusive brewer, marketer and supplier of a growing portfolio of high-end, iconic, imported beer brands for the U.S. market.  The portfolio includes Corona Extra (the #1 imported beer in the U.S. and #5 beer overall), Corona Light, Modelo Especial, Negra Modelo, Pacifico and Victoria beer brands. 


About Brandon Coulter


Brandon Coulter of Knoxville, TN is headed towards his second season on the prestigious Bassmaster Elite Series.  In his rookie season on the Elite Series he qualified for the AOY Championship, ending the season 45th in points.  He fished seven years on the FLW Tour and qualified for three FLW Championships.  Prior to competitive fishing he owned and sold an outdoor marketing agency and a construction company.  He is active on his Facebook page,Instagram and Twitter.


Photo by courtesy Brandon Coulter/Corona
Photo by courtesy Brandon Coulter/Corona