St. Louis Cardinals Fans Can Win Big with Hunter Hot Dogs

St. Louis Cardinals fans have the opportunity to win big with Hunter Hot Dogs. As a thank you to all the loyal fans, the official hot dog of the 11-time World Series champion team is offering fans not one but six opportunities to receive the chance to be “Big Dog for a Day.” 

From now until September 1, baseball fans and consumers can visit any of the St. Louis area Schnucks, Shop & Save, and Dierbergs and look for a stand-up of their favorite mascot, Fredbird, to pick up an entry form. Winners, chosen in random drawings, will be selected to win the ultimate fan experience at Busch Stadium on September 16. 

“Baseball fans are passionate about their favorite sport, especially the St. Louis Cardinals fans,” said Charles Gitkin, vice president, marketing, innovation and R&D for the John Morrell Food Group. “For 40 years, Hunter has held the title of official hot dog of the Cardinals. We are honored to have this great partnership with this storied organization and wanted to take the opportunity to say thanks and to give back to all of the loyal fans.” 

Before settling in for the game, the winners will take a tour of the dugout and press box and have the chance to take part in the pre-game festivities by throwing out a ceremonial first pitch. Each winner will also receive four field box seats where they can enjoy the outside seating and four passes to the Champions Club, which offers indoor seating with food and beverage. 

For more information, please visit any of the St. Louis area Schnucks, Shop & Save, and Dierbergs.

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