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O’Sheas Casino and Miller High Life Honor Veterans

Miller High Life Girls, Wendell Middlebrooks and Brian Thomas
O’Sheas Casino
and Miller High Life joined together to pay tribute to veterans on Saturday, Oct. 8 (Pictured above: Miller High Life Girls, Wendell Middlebrooks and Brian Thomas – Photo credit: Robert Morales)

Miller High Life delivery guy Wendell Middlebrooks, “Lucky” the Leprechaun (Brian Thomas) and several Caesar Entertainment executives presented a check for $7,112 to the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) for the funds raised through the “Give a Veteran a Piece of the High Life” program.

Brian Thomas, the Miller High Life girls, Wendell Middlebrooks and Caesars Entertainment executives present the check to the IAVA
Brian Thomas, the Miller High Life girls, Wendell Middlebrooks and Caesars Entertainment executives present the check to the IAVA

Photo credit: Robert Morales.

All summer long, caps were saved from each Miller High Life and Miller High Life Light bottle sold at one of the O’Sheas bars, and 10 cents for every cap collected was donated to the IAVA. Matt Colvin from the IAVA was there to accept the donation. In addition, all veterans and active duty military with valid identification received complimentary Miller High Life for the duration of the event. All other patrons 21 or older enjoyed Miller High Life for only $1 throughout the day. Middlebrooks gave away Miller High Life T-shirts and koozies as well as took photos and signed autographs for fans.

The Miller High Life girls, Wendell Middlebrooks, Matt Colvin of IAVA and Brian Thomas
The Miller High Life girls, Wendell Middlebrooks, Matt Colvin of IAVA and Brian Thomas

Photo credit: Robert Morales.

The IAVA is the nation’s first and largest nonprofit, 501(c) 3 organization dedicated to improving the lives of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families. The organization is committed to educating the public about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and advocating on behalf of those who have served by fostering a community for troops, veterans and their families.

Wendell Middlebrooks and Brian Thomas
Wendell Middlebrooks and Brian Thomas

Photo credit: Robert Morales.