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Bears recognizing Riley's Ribz as third Small Business All-Pros Gameday Eats Edition winner – ChicagoBears.com

The Bears will recognize Riley’s Ribz as their third Small Business All-Pros Gameday Eats Edition winner presented by Visa from Nov. 9-Dec. 5. Other 2022 Small Business All-Pros include 14 Parish (Sept. 7-Oct. 3), Tacotlán (Oct.12-Nov. 7) and Bitoy’s Sweet Treats (Dec. 14-Jan. 9). Each small business will receive four weeks of a Bears marketing partnership, including placement on the team’s official social media channels, ChicagoBears.com and within email newsletters, along with in-stadium promotions. For more information about the program or restaurants, visit online at ChicagoBears.com/SmallBusinessAllPros.
Rileys Ribz is a veteran-owned family business founded by husband and wife Antonio and Caryn Riley. Founded in 2013, they are known for offering seven different seasonings, including All Purpose, Smokin Sweet BBQ seasoning, Caribbean Jerk, Savory Poultry, Hot and Spicy, Bold Blend, which is perfect for steaks and chops, and Lemon Pepper Sprinkle. They also offer two BBQ sauces, Sweet & Smoky and Sweet Heat. All of their products are gluten-free and low in sodium, so they pride themselves on heart-healthy seasoning that is guaranteed to add that kick of flavor to any dish! Their motto is spreading the flavor one household at a time and their registered trademark is “Make your food say Some’m.” You can find their products in select Jewel Osco stores, Walts Foods and other retail locations. At RileysRibz.com, you can find their complete product list and order online, including internationally.
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