Ultra Right Beer to Sponsor UNC Event Honoring Flag-Defending Fraternity Brothers

Ultra Right Beer, a company started to counteract the influence of “woke” corporations, has announced that it will be sponsoring a celebratory event at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to honor the fraternity brothers who protected the U.S. flag from protesters. The brave actions of these young men have garnered widespread attention on social media and even led to a fundraiser raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to support them.

CEO Seth Weathers of Ultra Right Beer confirmed that the company is working with the fraternities to provide free beer for the upcoming event, which he described as the ultimate pro-America celebration. Weathers emphasized that more details about the event will be released in the near future, and the company’s social media posts have indicated that the party will feature “unlimited” Ultra Right Beer.

The decision to sponsor this event comes after Ultra Right Beer’s debut last year, which was a response to consumer backlash against Bud Light’s partnership with a transgender social media star. According to Weathers, the success of Ultra Right Beer reflects a growing sentiment among people who are seeking alternative brands and companies that are not aligned with “woke” ideologies.

The fundraiser for the fraternity brothers who protected the flag has raised an impressive amount of money, with over $446,000 contributed so far. Organized by John Noonan and Susan Ralston, the event has gained significant support from those who appreciate the patriotism and valor displayed by the students at UNC. The fraternity brothers, including Guillermo Estrada, who spoke out about his experience, demonstrated a deep love for their country and a strong commitment to defending its symbols.

Estrada, one of the students who stood up to the protesters, shared his perspective on the situation, expressing his upset at the disrespect shown toward the U.S. flag. He emphasized his personal connection to the country as a child of immigrants and a member of a military community, and he made it clear that he would not tolerate such disrespect for the sake of promoting the interests of another country.

The upcoming event at UNC, sponsored by Ultra Right Beer, will serve as a fitting tribute to the bravery and patriotism exhibited by the fraternity brothers, and it will undoubtedly be a powerful demonstration of American pride and unity.

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