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Ambros, Inc. and the Guam Masters Baseball Association are proud to announce the start of the season for the Guam Budweiser Masters Baseball League on Friday.

PRESS RELEASE – HAGATNA, Guam (February 05, 2014) –Ambros, Inc. and the Guam Masters Baseball Association are proud to announce the start of the season for the Guam Budweiser Masters Baseball League.

Opening day is scheduled for Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 4 PM. All participating teams will be present for photos, contract signing, ceremonial pitch and opening season games.

“Ambros Inc. is honored to be a part of Guam Masters Baseball Association’s continued efforts to strengthen the presence of baseball in our island communities. With this contract agreement, we hope to reinforce our mission of providing an opportunity for our local athletes to excel and showcase their talents and abilities”, notes Tom Shimizu, General Manager of Ambros Inc.

Representing the world’s leading brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev, local wholesaler Ambros, Inc. is also proud to announce its 2-year contract agreement with Guam Masters Baseball Association as an official sponsor of this sporting event.

“We are very pleased to welcome Ambros Inc. and Budweiser into the Guam Masters Baseball Association family. With having Budweiser, Bank of Guam, South Pacific Petroleum Corporation 76/Circle K as our Sponsors, we strive to increase awareness of and drive interest in the sport for everyone to enjoy”, adds David Quitugua, Jr. President, Guam Masters Baseball Association.

To many, the Budweiser brand has long been synonymous to sports. As they remain committed to the legacy of sports and entertainment, Budweiser continues to impress the people of Guam with products and services that boast of high quality, integrity and responsibility – values that have secured their title as the King of Beers.

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