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ThunderBolts Thank You Series: Little Debbie

The Windy City ThunderBolts could not survive without its corporate sponsors.  We would like to thank our sponsors from the 2013 season in a very special way.  Every week we are going to feature a particular sponsor in our "ThunderBolts Thank You Series."

This week we look at McKee Foods and Little Debbie® 

About McKee Foods and Little Debbie®:  McKee Foods is the maker of the Little Debbie brand of snack cakes, headquartered in Collegedale, Tennessee.  They are a privately owned company that started in 1934, when the McKee family purchased a small bakery in downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee.   McKee Foods is best known for its line of Little Debbie® snack cakes.  Little Debbie® is America’s leading snack cake brand in unit sales.  They provide consumers with quality products of excellent value. The Little Debbie® brand was introduced in 1960.  McKee Foods offers more than 90 varieties of Little Debbie® multipack and single-serve snacks, including seasonal products.  Products are sold in all 50 states, Canada, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and U.S. military commissaries overseas.   

McKee Foods, Little Debbie® and the ThunderBolts:  The partnership with McKee Foods and Little Debbie® started in the 2013 season.  The sponsorship includes stadium signage, promotions, and product sampling.  When attending a ThunderBolts game, you will be delighted to receive a Little Debbie® snack cake as you enter the stadium on select days.  In addition, Little Debbie® snack cakes are given to everyone in attendance at the ThunderBolts School Day and Big Splash Day games throughout the season.  The ThunderBolts incorporated a Little Debbie® toss into their game day promotions in 2013.  Fans of all ages would scream for a chance to catch a Little Debbie® snack cake. 

The ThunderBolts would like to thank McKee Foods and Little Debbie® for their support of the SouthSide's minor league baseball team!

 

 



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