Bucks, Usinger’s are again sponsoring ‘Best Brat’ contest
The winning creation will be served in the BMO Harris Bradley Center during the April 12 game vs. Brooklyn
The Bucks and Usinger’s, in partnership with Pick ’n Save, are once again looking for Bucks fans and Milwaukee foodies to share their best Usinger’s brat creations in an online contest that runs now through March 25.
Brat experts can submit the name of their “Best Brat,” how they cook it, and what ingredients and condiments they put on it through a form at www.bucks.com/bestbrat.
From those submissions, five finalists will be chosen who will receive two tickets to the April 12 Bucks game vs. the Brooklyn Nets (2 p.m. tip).
The one grand prize winner from the bunch, as determined by online and in-arena voting, will receive courtside seats to that game vs. Brooklyn, a year’s supply of Usinger’s brats, and the chance to have their winning creation featured at the Usinger’s stand inside the BMO Harris Bradley Center on game night.
The timeline for the contest is as follows:
- Now-March 25: Fans submit the name of their Bucks Best Brat, what’s on it and how it’s prepared online at bucks.com/bestbrat.
- March 26-29: Bucks mascot Bango and Usinger’s mascot Fritz the Elf will determine the “starting five” brats.
- March 30-April 7: Fans will vote for their favorite Bucks Best Brat at bucks.com/bestbrat. Voting will take place online at Bucks.com and in-arena at Milwaukee’s games on April 1 and April 4.
- Sunday, April 12: The winner will be showcased in the arena, with his or her brat served at the Usinger’s stand on the BMO Harris Bradley Center’s 200-level concourse.
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