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Miller continues series of wildlife plaques.

Miller continues series of wildlife plaques

Miller Brewing Co. and Miller High Life have released the third in its series of commemorative plaques depicting wildlife scenes.

"The Timber Wolf" reflective plaque will be offered to consumers in retail outlets across the nation through September a company spokesperson said. Framed in oak, the etched-glass plaque features a wolf in a timberland setting.

"This series has been extremely well received," said Dave Rosenberg, Miller High Life brand manager. "Only a limited number of plaques have been produced, so consumers should order soon to add this piece to their collection."

Special point-of-purchase materials to support the offer will include a display card with order coupon and pole topper.
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Title Annotation:Miller Brewing Co.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Apr 8, 1991
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