Coors Light recently partnered with Canadian lifestyle brand TEAMLTD to launch the new Masters of Chill Class series. As most Canadians know, summer can often feel short-lived, thanks to jam-packed summer schedules. However, they can now learn how to slow down summer and "chill" in minutes by signing up for a few Masters of Chill courses online.
To help them make the most of the season, the brands worked together to create a series of short, virtual classes taught by "Canada’s chill experts" – grandparents. Viewers can watch the Masters of Chill Classes from home and learn various "chill hobbies" recommended by the experts, ranging from lawn care to fishing, knitting, and even washing your car.
“Life is fast-paced, but it’s so important to slow things down and enjoy every moment,” says Rick Grainger, Coors Light’s Master of Chill. “Summer is the perfect time to chill, and with my class on lawn care, you’ll learn exactly how to do that from an expert. Class is in session!”
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