Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Free beer and lower taxes? Sign me up

Here's a deal that most Texans will love: a year's supply of free Lone Star beer and lower taxes. As the publicist for the Lone Star Brewery project, my client is in the process of announcing that their property has qualified for an historic easement tax credit from the San Antonio Historic Conservancy. For the typical condo owner, that means a drop of $22,000 in their property taxes. Meanwhile, Paul Kirchoff, the marketing manager of the project, has negotiated with the Lone Star Brewery for a year's supply of their product in the soon to be renovated tap room and club house. After each resident buys a condo, they'll get a year's supply of the "National Beer of Texas."
When you add that the property is a frisbee toss from the recently completed phase of the south RiverWalk project, it's going to be one of San Antonio's hottest properties.  As well, the folks at Lone Star Brewery are working with the project to restore the red neon light that lit up the south side of San Antonio.

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