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Local first responder wins top prize in 'Win a Can with Khan' Sweepstakes


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jaguars and Bud Light just took local first responder Dan Haley's Thursday night football plans to a whole new level.  Haley is headed to Nashville after being selected from thousands of entries as the grand prize winner of the Bud Light "Win a Can with Khan" sweepstakes.

"I'm most excited about getting the chance to watch the Jags live, in-person on the road," said Haley, a firefighter and paramedic with St. Johns County Fire Rescue.  "In a sea of Titans fans, the Jags can remember that there are two additional hometown fans rooting for them."

As the grand prize winner, Haley wins round-trip airfare for two to Nashville and hotel accommodations at the team hotel.  He and his wife will have a VIP experience at the Jaguars Bold Rush Pregame Party presented by Bud Light at the Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville.  At the game they'll watch warm-ups from the sidelines and then join Jaguars Owner Shad Khan in his private suite to watch the game.  He'll also take home an autographed replica Bold Rush jersey to commemorate the occasion.

Bud Light, proud partner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, is also presenting sponsor of Thursday Night Football, part of the brand's expanded marketing presence across premiere National Football League events. Sponsorship of Thursday Night Football further enhances Bud Light's team partnerships, creating additional opportunities to bring unique experiences like the "Win a Can with Khan" sweepstakes to fans.

"I will be bringing my wife of almost 14 years, Tara, as my guest," said Haley.  "She kept telling me to enter and, not wanting to sleep on the couch, I followed her instructions.  I sure am glad I listened to her!"

Haley has earned the rank of engineer with St. Johns County Fire Rescue and is also a member of the department's honor guard and special hazards operation team.  He and his wife have been residents of St. Augustine for 12 years and Jags season ticket holders for the past three years.

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