April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day – Better Made Snack Foods and former Detroit Red Wing great Ted Lindsay are teaming up once again for the entire month of April to raise awareness.
*Better Made will donate partial proceeds from Family and Value Size Potato Chips, and $0.99 Pork Rinds to the Ted Lindsay Foundation For Autism Awareness Month
DETROIT, MI – April is Autism Awareness month and Saturday, April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day. Better Made Snack Foods is pleased to once again be teaming up with former Detroit Red Wing Great and Hockey Hall-of-Famer, Ted Lindsay, to raise money for the Ted Lindsay Foundation For Autism Awareness.
To raise funds, partial proceeds from the sale of Family and Value Size Potato Chips, and $0.99 Pork Rinds during the month of April will go to benefit the Ted Lindsay Foundation for Autism Awareness, which has an office at John R. and Big Beaver roads in Troy. Better Made is committed to the community and is very happy to be a part of this program.
“We’re always very excited to be have Better Made as one of our sponsors,” says Ted. “They have been with us now for a number of years and have really done a great job. They’re a quality company with great products, run by a family that really shows they care about the community in many ways. All monies raised will go towards our foundation and its mission.”
Founded in 1930 in Detroit as Cross and Peters, Better Made continues to develop and provide a wide variety of high quality award-winning snack foods, including assorted regular and flavored potato chips and potato sticks, gourmet popcorn, pretzels, beef jerky, tortilla chips, pork rinds, wearables, and more! The family-owned company uses locally grown potatoes and trans fat-free cottonseed oil. For more information, please visit www.bettermadesnackfoods.com. You may also follow Better Made on Facebook and Twitter, and the new Better Made App for iPhone and Android devices. Michigan Made – Better Made, now featured at The Detroit Shoppes in Troy and Detroit, the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, and the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids.