Monday, June 20, 2011

Skyline hosts "Battle of the Pinstripes"

If you love Cincinnati chili & the Reds and hate the New York Yankees, Skyline Chili has an event you might be interested in. With the Reds and Yanks set to do battle this week, Skyline is going to host a viewing party on Founrain Square for the Wednesday afternoon game. As you watch the game you can win various prizes from Skyline and the Reds. There will be more viewing parties this season. I will try to stop by during my lunch break, I'm loving the chili related events happening on the square! The full press release is below:

Skyline Chili Hosts “Battle of the Pinstripes” Viewing Party on Fountain Square

CINCINNATI – In anticipation of next week’s classic matchup between the Cincinnati Reds and the New York Yankees, Skyline Chili is hosting a “Battle of the Pinstripes” viewing party on Wednesday, June 22 from 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fans can join Skyline in support of the home team on Fountain Square to watch the ballgame on the big screen and enter to win several prize packs, featuring Skyline gift cards and exclusive gear from the Cincinnati Reds and Skyline Chili.

“Skyline is a popular lunch destination, especially at the ballpark. But many downtown fans don’t have the opportunity to enjoy their coneys from a seat at the game in Great American Ballpark in the middle of a work day,” said Skyline Chili Marketing Director Sarah Lapham. “The ‘Battle of the Pinstripes’ viewing party gives them the best of both worlds: they can enjoy the Skyline they crave while catching a midday game with other fans. Plus, they’ll have the chance to win exclusive prizes. Skyline is proud of our partnership with the Cincinnati Reds, so we’re eager to rally the community to show support any way we can.”

The “Battle of the Pinstripes” is the first of several viewing parties Skyline has planned at various locations throughout the season, designed to rally support for the Reds and give fans a taste of the ballpark in the middle of a work day. Skyline Chili is the official chili of the Cincinnati Reds, dating back to the opening of Great American Ballpark in 2003. For more information about Skyline Chili, visit

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