Doing LIVE broadcasts at Bar Anticipation every Saturday afternoon has been one of the highlights of my summer. It's nothing but an awesome experience. We are always on Grotto Beach partying with Miller Lite from 4-6 pm. The Bar A staff is great to work with, the Miller Lite swag we offer is one of a kind, and there really is nothing better than hanging out with 94.3 The Point listeners.

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Obviously, Bar A is one of the premier Jersey Shore bars. Please note, while I am on the job, I would never partake in an adult beverage. As you can imagine, when Grotto Beach is rocking, I get to meet many single intoxicated people. During my most recent shift, I experienced what I would call a jaw-dropping moment.

I was playing connect four and thanks to Shore Point Distributing, I am able to pass out unique Miller Lite swag. Please know, you have to beat me in connect four or be drinking Miller Lite in order to qualify for these great handouts. That being said, out of nowhere a lady thirty years older than me offered to flash her ta-ta's for a Miller Lite koozie. Literally, my jaw dropped. She was 100% being serious.

I was stunned and after shaking off my disbelief, I regained my composure and offered her a koozie to save both of us from an embarrassing moment. She grabbed the koozie and pranced up to the bar for a Miller Lite. That was the last I saw of her. The $2 koozie on the house saved me from having nightmares. Who would have thought that this one-of-a-kind Miller Lite swag would be pushing people to do ridiculous things?!

Come to Bar Anticipation next Saturday from 4-6 pm for a few Miller Lites. Hopefully, everyone will keep their shirts on!

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