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BETTER MADE'S 2019 FATHER OF THE YEAR WINNER!
* Edward loves eating Better Made regular or BBQ chips while watching sports*
DETROIT, MI – Better Made Snack Foods would like to salute Edward Ramey, Sr., a Tuskegee Airman Mechanic and retired Army veteran, as the 2019 Father of the Year contest winner. Mr. Ramey was nominated by his proud daughter, Robin, who says he loves to enjoy the taste of Better Made regular or BBQ flavored chips while watching sports or his favorite show on TV. For submitting the winning entry, Robin will receive a sampler box of delicious Better Made products. Here is Robin’s nomination entry:
“My father is a big fan of Better Made Chips,” says Ramey. “His favorite flavors are regular and BBQ. As for me, I love all Better Made flavors, because they are the best. I learned about the contest from the Better Made website and knew I had to nominate my dad. He is true to his family and spreads his love equally. He loves snacking while watching sports or his favorite TV shows.”
“We’re honored to have a retired Tuskegee Airman Mechanic and Army veteran as our winner this year,” says Cathy Gusmano of Better Made. “The sacrifice that Mr. Ramey and all that served in WWII made is incredible and will be long remembered. We’re proud of all of them.”
Founded in 1930 in Detroit as Cross and Peters, Better Made continues to develop and provide a wide variety of high quality award-winning snack foods, including assorted regular and flavored potato chips and potato sticks, gourmet popcorn, pretzels, beef jerky, tortilla chips, pork rinds, wearables, and more! The family-owned company uses locally grown potatoes and trans fat-free cottonseed oil.
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