CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns haven’t made an appearance on "Sunday Night Football" in 11 years, and to celebrate the return from a long hiatus, Pepsi, with the help of defensive end Myles Garrett, are releasing a limited edition “Believeland” Pepsi, a custom orange-colored cola.
Pepsi will only produce 1,100 bottles of “Believeland” Pepsi, 100 for every year Cleveland had to wait for Sunday Night Football to return.
"There has been so much hype and energy building among fans across the country this year, and it's amazing that Pepsi is doing something extra special with the launch of 'Believeland' Pepsi and party on Sunday," said Garrett in a news release.
The bottles will be available for free to all fans at the tailgate party Pepsi is hosting at Lindey’s Lake House in the Flats, starting at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Five of the bottles will include a special "golden ticket" label with a prize for the recipients. More details will be released on Pepsi's Twitter account.
The Browns will face the Los Angeles Rams at 9:20 p.m. at FirstEnergy Stadium.
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