Thursday, November 1, 2012

Pork Rinds Put the Crunch on Support for Football Legends in Need Review & Giveaway ends 11/16 Daily US

              Pork Rinds Put the Crunch on Support for Football Legends in Need
Rudolph Foods and brands lead consumers in campaign to celebrate love of pork rinds & support of Gridiron Greats in need

Lima, OH (September 15, 2012) - Rudolph Foods, the world’s largest manufacturers of pork rinds, has announced its Second Annual Pork Rind Appreciation Day campaign.  Celebrated on the biggest football day of the year, and on the first Sunday of February, Pork Rind Appreciation Day   was cemented as an annual event last year after the pork rind leader secured hundreds of thousands of consumer votes, as well as political designations.  Matched each year with charitable support, in this second year, Rudolph Foods will support Gridiron Greats, a nonprofit organization that provides medical and financial assistance to former National Football League (NFL) players in dire need.  Now through the big game, $.10 of the purchase of all Rudolph Foods branded products will support the organization’s assistance fund (up to $10,000). The campaign is also matched with several opportunities for consumers to play along for chances to win football parties, pork rinds and other prizes.

As part of the 2nd annual campaign, Rudolph Foods is further encouraging lovers of pork rinds to help make the six month campaign a success by visiting the brands web site at www.RudolphFoods.com/PorkRindDay.  There, fans can watch videos from football hall of famers, join in on virtual Twitter chats using #PorkRindDay to discuss former players, submit support to Gridiron Greats, learn about the organization and even enter to win a Big Game party, complete with sandwiches, pork rinds, a new 50” Plasma TV and of course a personalized video from a Gridiron Greats football legend. Most importantly, consumers can support Gridiron Greats by buying pork rinds online.

The Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund <http://www.gridirongreats.org/> ’s mission is to assist retired NFL players in need who were pioneers of the game and who have greatly contributed to the NFL’s status as the most popular sport in America. GGAF provides hands-on assistance to help retired players and their families deal with hardships they face after football. The services include medical assistance, transportation costs for medical evaluations and surgeries, housing assistance, financial assistance for utilities, medication, and coordination of services for food, automotive payments and childcare.

“There are few things more American than pork rinds and The Big Game,” says Mark Singleton, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Rudolph Foods. “As a family-owned company ourselves, Rudolph Foods is proud to lead other football-lovin’ families in the support of Gridiron Greats. These heroes have provided us with decades of memories and entertainment, it’s only right we support them now in their time of need with this football-lovin’ campaign!”

Last year, Rudolph Foods announced their first campaign for Pork Rind Appreciation Day, as a quest to help Rudolph Foods’ consumers celebrate pork rinds as a quirky and nostalgic snack that encourages family togetherness and tradition. Calling upon the public to help to make Pork Rind Appreciation Day a success, consumers were asked to cast their vote, view campaign videos from Rudolph Foods executives and fans, and spread the news about the campaign. Successful in the end, the campaign generated hundreds of thousands of votes nationwide, and donated $10,000 to the Wounded Warriors Family Support organization, supporting veterans returning home from the war and their families.


My husband and son love snacking on Pork Rinds. I can never have to many bags of the tasty snacks in my house. My family likes to put Pork Rinds in their soup, chilli, mandwich and plenty of other foods. Pork Rinds in my house don't last long and are a go to snack.
Not only are Pork Rinds a snack, you can use them in many of your everyday food dishes. I was amazed to see all the different recipes here that you can use the Pork Rinds in. Now I am hungry after looking at all the yummy food.
Now for the giveaway: One lucky person will win Two (2) bags of Pork Rinds. This is open to US and ends 11/16/12 @ 11:59 pm est. To enter, simply do the tasks on the Rafflecopter widget below and you're set to have a chance to win! Remember you can't win if you don't enter.
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19 comments:

  1. Something I did not know, a serving of pork rinds is higher in protein and lower in fat than a serving of peanuts.

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  2. I would try pork rinds in soup.

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  3. a serving of pork rinds is higher in protein and lower in fat than a serving of peanuts.

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  4. Mary's recipe and John's leadership saved the company

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  5. Rudolph’s Chocolate Covered Pork Rinds
    anything has got to be good covered in chocolate LOL

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  6. I learned they are the oldest snack.

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  7. A serving of pork rinds is higher in protein than a serving of peanuts.

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  8. I'd like to try Rudolph’s Hot and Spicy Pork Rind Chicken Wings

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  9. chocolate coverd pork rinds sounds interesting

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  10. I think the originl rinds would be more versatile -- can use for snacking, in soups, casserole topping, but of course BBQ'd would also work well, too!

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  11. I learned that they visually inspect the ingredients before putting them in to be made!

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  12. Only Rudolph Foods slowly dries and cures pork skins while using real hardwood smoke

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  13. The Pork Rind Chicken Kiev sounds really good! I never would have thought to use pork rinds as breading on chicken... I bet it adds a lot more flavor than bread crumbs, especially if you get a barbecue flavor or something!

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  14. THEY ARE THE OLDEST SNACK IN USA
    DESI THE BLONDE AT MSN DOT OCM

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