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SpikedSeltzer wants to heLp, with bike giveaways to those impacted by L-Train shutdown

August 29, 2018 By Sara Bosworth Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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SpikedSeltzer, a company that makes exactly what its name suggests (alcoholic carbonated beverages) wants to come to the rescue of those facing the imminent L-Train shutdown.

The brand is hosting three consecutive giveaways where they will be giving out free bikes to residents. They’re setting up shop at 96 Wythe St. in Williamsburg, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 28-30 in front of a massive SpikedSeltzer billboard that reads “Pour Some Out For the L.” The first 20 residents (who can prove they are over 21) that stop by each evening will leave with a free bicycle, according to Bushwick Daily.

As for those not among the lucky 60, SpikedSeltzer has another plan. In an email to Bushwick Daily, the brand announced that those who are planning to move neighborhoods due to the shutdown can pick up free moving boxes at the Wythe Street popup with a Drizly code for a discounted product, so that Brooklynites on the move can “sip on SpikedSeltzer as [they] prepare to flee.”

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