J.C. Newman Launches Annual Bricktoberfest Campaign.
J.C. Newman will be partnering with retailers nationwide to offer a special on Brick House cigars. With every purchase of seven (7) Brick House Cigars of any variety at partipcating retail locations, consumers will recieve a Bricktoberfest 2020 Stein (pictured below).
The social media component will allow any fan of Brick House cigars to participate, as well.
When users on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram post a photo of a Brick House cigar and use the hashtag #Bricktoberfest, they will be entered to win one of four weekly prizes, including a J.C. Newman 125th Anniversary backpack, ashtray and cutter, a Brick House humidor, travel bag, and much more
“This promotion has been a yearly success for us, our Brick and Mortar partners, and a lot of fun for our consumers,” said Cristal Lastra, VP of Sales and Marketing at J.C. Newman. “We’re looking forward to the ways in which everyone will get creative on social media and we can’t wait to have a big toast at the end of October with our steins! Prost!”
This promotion launches Thursday, October 1, 2020 at participating retailers, and the social media contest will run for the entire month of October, with winners being selected weekly.
For more information and to find participating retailers, please visit:www.jcnewman.com/bricktoberfest-2020.
About J.C. Newman Cigar Co.
Founded in 1895 by Julius Caeser Newman, J.C. Newman Cigar Company is the oldest family-owned premium cigar maker in America. J.C. Newman rolls its El Reloj, Factory Throwouts, and Trader Jacks cigars by hand-operated, vintage cigar machines at its historic cigar factory in Tampa, Florida. It also hand rolls its Brick House, Perla del Mar, El Baton, and Quorum cigars at the J.C. Newman PENSA cigar factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. J.C. Newman’s Diamond Crown, MAXIMUS, Julius Caeser, and Black Diamond cigars are handmade by Tabacalera A. Fuente in the Dominican Republic. With its longtime partners the Fuente family, the Newmans founded the Cigar Family Charitable Foundation, which supports low-income families in the Dominican Republic with education, health care, vocational training, and clean water.