"These top three showed that they can go beyond wimpy cans of onion dip and frilly toothpicks"
CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--After a season of visiting stadiums across the U.S. and sifting through
tailgate entries on www.TailgateFan.com/contest,
Larry the Cable Guy and Prilosec OTC have chosen three parking lot pros
as “A Better Way to Tailgate” challenge winners and are celebrating
their victories in Indianapolis at Super Bowl XLVI.
Rick Wenger, Earl Radonski and Tara Schwenker earned their titles by
entering their infamous pigskin parties on TailgateFan.com. They were
chosen from a large pool of fierce competitors, all demonstrating that
the best tailgates start with heart – and hopefully end without heartburn.
All entries included photos showcasing their incredibly creative
tailgate set-ups, mouth-watering food spreads and extreme team spirit.
Folks also submitted a recipe to accompany their “food spread” entry.
These football fanatics each won the ultimate Prilosec OTC tailgating
prize pack, including the chance to showcase their amazing tailgates in
Indianapolis, fantastic tailgating gear and two (2) tickets to Super
“These top three showed that they can go beyond wimpy cans of onion dip
and frilly toothpicks,” said Larry the Cable Guy. “After drooling over
their food and checking out their set ups, Prilosec OTC and I knew that
they had prevailed over the others in our football fiesta face-off.”
At each tour stop, fans were also able to meet Larry the Cable Guy, who
knows a thing or two about tailgating himself. Larry offered tips and
shared his own bits of wisdom on what it takes to make a great tailgate.
Also on TailgateFan.com/Contest, fans can check-out tailgate tips and
stories that Larry the Cable Guy has been sharing throughout the season
to ensure everyone is reaching their maximum tailgating potential.
His advice includes,” Why go through the cycle of getting heartburn on
game day or any other time of the week? While taking Prilosec OTC for 14
days it’s possible to enjoy 24 glorious hours heartburn free. Treat your
frequent heartburn with Prilosec OTC to block the acid, and don’t get
heartburn in the first place. Now, get back to your tailgate parties.*
Larry the Cable Guy also suggests, “If you can still see the lines on
the grill, throw on a few more dogs…because you ain’t cooking enough
meat on there.
For more from Larry on tailgating, football and to learn about his
experience with frequent heartburn, visit TailgateFan.com.
Do not take for more than 14 days or more often than every 4 months
unless directed by a doctor. Not for immediate relief.
About PRILOSEC OTC
PRILOSEC OTC® is the #1 Doctor recommended† and #1 Pharmacist
recommended OTC acid reducer‡ for the treatment of frequent heartburn.
PRILOSEC OTC is the #1 selling OTC heartburn medicine* on the market
that can work for 24 hours with one pill a day by directly shutting down
many acid pumps in your stomach when used as directed for 14 days for
treating frequent heartburn. For more information about PRILOSEC OTC,
PRILOSEC OTC is available over-the-counter through an alliance between
P&G and AstraZeneca.
† Wolters Kluwer: OTC Acid Reducer Category, through June 2011.
‡ Based on Pharmacy Times 2011 Survey.
* P&G calculation based in part on dollars sold reported by The Nielsen
Company in the US market for the Stomach Remedies Category for the 12
month period ending the week of January 15, 2011.
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