Originally posted on Sports Business Digest  |  Last updated 5/4/12

The Brewers Community Foundation is banking on the Milwaukee Brewers being a formidable baseball team. Literally. Fisher Nuts, Roundy's and the Brewers have teamed up for the "Freshness You Can Win" campaign.  Under the rules of the campaign, Fisher will donate $500 to the Brewers Community Foundation  (The Brewers Community Foundation was established to extend financial support to programs benefiting disadvantaged youth and their families) every time the team wins two consecutive games.
"We're thrilled to help cheer on the Milwaukee Brewers this summer and support Brewers Community Foundation," saysHoward Brandeisky, Vice President Global Marketing, Innovation & Customer Solutions at John B. Sanfilippo & Son, Inc., the parent company of Fisher Nuts. (via Press Release)
Besides the donation from Fisher, which they will present to the Brewers at their game versus the Astros on September 30th, Consumers will also be entered into a contest to win $250 gift cards each time they purchase Fisher Nuts at select grocery stores in the Milwaukee area. On top of that, fans will be entered into a contest to win various prizes -- a party at Miller Park, gift cards, tickets to a Brewers game, etc. -- with each purchase of Fisher Nuts at select grocery stores. Details on the promotion can be found on the Brewers website.
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