I’m always on the lookout for fast and easy drink recipes for parties, and one of my favorite things is making margaritas for a girl’s night in. (I’m from Texas… I think the margarita is our state drink right?)
Because it’s Monday, I’m giving you a gift…
Along with new Free “Girl’s Night” Party Printables, you get a HOT fireman serving up yummy margaritas with an adorable kitten. No, it’s not a joke, or a dream either! ha! It’s a fun video that I was asked to get your opinion about.
I was an art director for many years, so I love the fact that a company is reaching out and asking for my reader’s thoughts on a new ad campaign. That doesn’t happen very often here at Living Locurto, so I hope you’ll play along and join in on the conversation!
All you have to do is watch this short video and let me know your opinion in the comment section below.
There is a random moment in the middle that you won’t want to miss! Ha! Let me know if you figured out what moment I am talking about in the comments:-)
What were your thoughts on the video?
- What did you like best (fireman, kitten, easy recipe all of the above?)
- Did you like the humor? No… yes?
- Were you inspired to try this recipe or were you distracted by the eye candy? I have to admit, I had to watch it a few times to make sure I got the recipe correct. hee!
Please leave your comment below.
Download the Free Girl’s Night Party Printables and try Sauza for a fun and refreshing margarita night!
- 4×6 Girls Night Party Invitation – Editable text to customize with your own party details.
- 2″ Girls Night Party Tags – Use for party decor, cupcake toppers, and more.
- Girls Night Drink/Straw Party Flags – Use on glass stems, straws, lollipop sticks, cake pops, etc.
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Drink Responsibly. Sauza Blue® Tequila, 40% alc./vol. ©2012 Sauza Tequila Import Company, Deerfield, IL.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Sauza Tequila Import Company. All opinions about this product are my own.
Originally published on April 16, 2012. Last Updated on April 18, 2019 by Amy Locurto