Coors Banquet & Milwaukee Metro Professional Firefighters

Beer Capitol and Molson Coors Proudly Team Up to Support Milwaukee Metro Professional Firefighters

Molson Coors are teaming up to locally raise funds for Milwaukee Metro Professional Firefighters. Their campaign will donate $1 for every case of Coors Banquet sold in Milwaukee County, to help support various community and Firefighter community initiatives through the year. The goal is to raise $25,000 for MMFD. This campaign will continue through the remainder of the calendar year.

Coors Banquet has a history of supporting firefighters. They’ve proudly partnered with the Wildland Firefighter Foundation since 2014, raising over $2 million for their critical mission.

The Milwaukee Metro Professional Firefighters play a vital role in safeguarding lives and property across Milwaukee County. The funds raised through this campaign will directly benefit the firefighters, helping to ensure they have the resources and equipment they need to perform their heroic duties.

“We are incredibly proud to partner with the Milwaukee Metro Professional Firefighters for this initiative.” Said Cesar Gaytan, marketing manager at Beer Capitol. “Firefighters put their lives on the line everyday to protect our communities, and we are honored to support them in this way.”

In addition to raising finds, the campaign also aims to raise awareness of the important work that firefighters do. By supporting this initiative, consumers can not only enjoy a refreshing Coors Banquet but also make a positive impact on their community.

“We as the Milwaukee Metro Professional Firefighters are thrilled to partner with Beer Capitol and Molson Coors in these fundraising efforts,” said Eric Daun, Vice President. “In which we strive as union brothers and sisters to assist our communities in not only fire and EMS activities but to also assist with supporting good community partners who have some of the same initiatives. These opportunities don’t happen without incredible partners like Beer Capitol and Molson Coors.”