Originally posted on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 10/17/12
A man who used to own McDonald's restaurants in North Dakota is $10,000 richer after selling a 20-year-old container of McJordan barbecue sauce to a buyer in Chicago, reports The Bismarck Tribune. The legendary sauce was used on McJordan Burgers — named for the Chicago Bulls basketball star Michael Jordan.  The promotional sandwich was sold in limited markets back in the 1990's when Jordan was leading the team to six NBA titles.  He was the first person to have a McDonald's sandwich named after him. Mort Bank, of Bismarck, saved the gallon jug of BBQ sauce after selling his two restaurants in 1996. He is almost as surprised at the national attention the story is getting as the five-figure profit he made. "I had this barbecue sauce on the shelf for 20 years.  It was in my basement and I would look at it occasionally," he said.  "I thought it would be worth something someday." Bank put the sauce on eBay and it read: "A once in a lifetime chance to own the rarest of rare Mic...
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