Bay Area Beer Pong Networks How to stop Corona’s beer virus outbreak

How to stop Corona’s beer virus outbreak

The Corona brand is being hit hard by a massive beer outbreak in Japan.

The beer has been blamed for a spike in car accidents, a rise in suicides, and a rise of the coronavirus.

Corona’s chief marketing officer, Andrew DeGarmo, has blamed the outbreak on a lack of good quality beer.

He says the beer has caused a massive increase in car accident deaths.

Corona has said that if a Corona beer does make it to Japan, they will be happy to provide it for free.

DeGampo says Corona will be providing the beer to Japan in a timely fashion and in a way that will help the Japanese government.

But some people in Japan are skeptical.

The beer has a reputation for being very bitter.

It’s also not a very popular beer, so it may not be popular in Japan, either.

DeGampos chief marketing spokesman, Kevin Murphy, said Corona is not worried about the beer outbreak, but they will continue to work closely with the Japanese authorities to make sure the Corona brand remains strong and to help with the coronax.

De Gampos beer distribution company will also be distributing Corona beer for free in Japan and will be working closely with other beer companies.

De Glazer says Corona is going to try to reach Japan in an expeditious manner.

We have to do everything we can to keep our business there and we will.

He also says that the company is also making efforts to increase the quality of its Corona beer in Japan as it does in the United States.

But for now, Corona is still feeling the impact of the beer virus.

In Japan, the government says the outbreak is limited to the country’s northeastern region and the company says they are working to address the outbreak as quickly as possible.

De Gallo said the company has been providing free beer to Japanese customers for a couple of weeks now.

In the meantime, the Corona beer is being distributed in Japan by the company’s distribution company.