Friday, September 3, 2010

Southern Snack Producer Spruces Up Mancaves with Contest

/PRNewswire/ -- Southern Recipe, a pork rind leader produced by Rudolph Foods - one of the world's largest manufacturers of pork rinds - is launching their first Win The Ultimate Mancave contest from September 15 through November 30. Entrants in the southeast region are encouraged to share photos or video of their mancave along with a description for the chance to win a "man space" makeover. The contest is being held as a salute to the mancave dwellers that stock up on the tastiest crunch in the south.

Each photo or video and its description will be evaluated based on man appeal, humor and creativity in messaging. Eligible mancaves may be in basements, garages, front porches or anywhere mancave men go to enjoy life. A panel of Southern Recipe judges will select five winners in total. One grand prize winner will have their photo featured on and will win a $3,500 mancave makeover, choosing from prizes such as a big screen TV, Surround Sound Stereo or 'real man' furniture. The second-place winner will receive a kegerator and three third-place winners will win a tailgate kit consisting of Southern Recipe snacks along with a t-shirt, Koozie, bottle opener and mini-grill set.

"The mancave is an everyday macho getaway," says Mark Singleton, VP of Marketing and Sales for Rudolph Foods. "Offering all the pork rind crunchers out there a chance to Win The Ultimate Mancave is a great opportunity for us to tip our hats and say 'hey, every guy deserves an awesome mancave'. Winning a big screen TV, Surround Sound Stereo or a room full of 'Real Man Furniture' doesn't hurt either!"

To obtain additional contest information and to enter the contest, consumers may complete an entry form at, via email at, online at or No purchase is necessary to participate.

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