ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – A class-action lawsuit accuses Ballpark Village’s Budweiser Brew House of sending unsolicited text messages.

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The lawsuit was filed last week in federal court and claims the bar and its corporate owner, Entertainment Consulting International, used an auto-dialer to send text blasts. The text blasts, which contained promotional and other marketing materials, were allegedly sent to people who had never given their consent. The suit claims some of those who received the texts were on the federal Do Not Call list.

The suit seeks to have anyone who received a promotional text from Budweiser Brew House in the last five years be eligible to participate. The suit suggests each member of the class-action lawsuit should get $1,500 in damages for each message.

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