Captain Morgan doesn’t do ANYTHING like those other swashbucklers. No, the fearless leader of fun likes his adventures to be like his products, one of a kind. This time Captain Morgan has drafted Brian Miser, “the human cannonball” to make the Captain Morgan Cannon Blast Bar Crawl the most epic bar crawl ever!
Um, I guess getting patrons to walk the plank for their shots is too boring? So, here’s the deal because this event is going down for real, and just might be as legendary as the Captain himself. The party starts on Saturday October 17 at 6PM EST, in the Wall Street Plaza in Downtown Orlando, Fla., human cannonball, Brian Miser will be fired from multiple cannons between several different bars. Okay, anyone else wondering if he is drinking some Cannon Blast shots before being blasted into the air?
Brian Miser, “the human cannonball”, is a pro with more than 6500 blasts. This will be the first time he’s ever done two blasts within a half an hour. Within a half-second, Miser’s body will accelerate to 65 miles per hour, and he’ll fly 110 feet before hitting a landing pad. Miser says while he’s nervous most of the time, no two shots are ever the same…hmm, is that true about Captain Morgan Cannon Blast too?
“Everything about Cannon Blast from its taste, packaging and this event is designed to change the pace of responsible celebrations, including anything from hanging out with a large group of friends to seeing a new band for the first time,” said Dan Kleinman, Vice President of Marketing, Rums for Diageo North America. “The Cannon Blast Bar Crawl is one of the most unique and highly-sharable things we have ever done to introduce a new product and we look to continue approaching everything we do with a level of energy that keeps consumers intrigued.”
What is Captain Morgan Cannon Blast?
Cannon Blast comes inside a cannonball shaped bottle, which glows in the dark in black light.Its is a delicious blend of Caribbean rum and unique bold spices, providing Captain Morgan drinkers with a blast of citrus sweet flavor, followed by a spark of unexpected heat, and served as a shot. Sounds intriguing….