Heinz Field home to Smith Provision hot dogs

by MEAT+POULTRY Staff
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ERIE, Pa. – Smith Provision Company has bragging rights as “The Hot Dog of Heinz Field,” home to the National Football League’s Pittsburgh Steelers. The company recently signed a multi-year agreement to sell Smith’s hot dogs and Boski Kielbasa.

Under the agreement, Smith’s hot dogs and Boski kielbasa and other products will be served at all Steelers home games and during all events and concerts at Heinz Field. Heinz Field has more than 40 concession stands that will carry signs and other brand messages.

“We are thrilled to have developed a partnership with the iconic Pittsburgh Steelers organization,” Sara Kallner, vice president of Smith Provision Company, said in a statement. “The Steelers were looking for a manufacturer that would offer premium quality hot dogs and kielbasa to their guests at Heinz Field, and we are honored to be the Company to do that for them.”

Smith’s also will sponsor Steelers game broadcasts are more than 30 affiliate stations, Steelers.com and in-game product giveaways. Sales of Smith’s hot dogs and kielbasa will begin July 2 during country music star Kenny Chesney’s concert.

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