Cubs sign deal for gourmet popcorn at Wrigley Field


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RICHFIELD, Ohio, April 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, G.H. Cretors Popped Corn is proud to announce its partnership with the Chicago Cubs, making its obsessively delicious popcorn available at Wrigley Field for fans to enjoy throughout all nine innings while rooting for the home team. As part of the partnership, G.H. Cretors The Mix will be served in all suites and have the opportunity to sample product for fans after one game as they exit the ballpark.

G.H. Cretors popcorn roots date back to the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, where the very first commercial popcorn maker was unveiled by Charles Cretors. It's this rich, local history that makes the brand an authentic partner for the Cubs, proudly serving fans that share an affinity for the city of Chicago and its heritage.

"There's no better match than popcorn and baseball and we're thrilled to partner with the Chicago Cubs, allowing fans to enjoy and devour our handcrafted, gourmet popcorn during the game," said Corinne Kelly, Vice President of Marketing at Eagle Foods, makers of G.H. Cretors Popped Corn. "This is an incredibly rewarding partnership for the brand as we've long been committed to providing Chicagoans with mouth-watering popcorn."

To further delight local residents in advance of the Chicago Cubs home opener, G.H. Cretors will be rewarding 500 fans on Twitter with a special delivery via Fooji. On April 9th and 10th starting at 2PM CST, fans that follow @GHCretors can tweet to be delivered bags of popcorn in under an hour, straight to their doorstep. Two lucky recipients will also receive a year's supply of G.H. Cretors. To receive, simply tweet at the brand using the hashtag #PlayBallWithGHCretors and the popcorn emoji.

Available in nine bold flavors like The Mix, a classic blend of rich, buttery caramel and cheddar cheese, Organic Dill Pickle, Organic Chile Jalapeño White Cheddar and more, G.H. Cretors passion for obsessively delicious popcorn is unwavering. Each bag is made with high-quality, real ingredients, like premium aged cheddar cheese, at the G.H. Cretors facility just north of Chicago in Waukegan, Illinois.

About G.H. Cretors Obsessively Delicious™ Popped Corn
G.H. Cretors Popped Corn, is crafted in Waukegan, Illinois, just north of Chicago. All G.H. Cretors popcorn varieties are made with real, high-quality ingredients, using no artificial colors and no artificial flavors. G.H. Cretors uses Non-GMO popcorn and other Non-GMO ingredients whenever possible, and only organic ingredients in its Organics line. To learn more about G.H. Cretors, visit www.ghcretors.com and join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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