WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross brings BBQ sauce to Canada through Belly Buster Submarines

 
 
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross brings his famous BBQ sauce to Canada as The Belly Buster Submarines announced a partnership with the legendary wrestling announcer and his famous family owned BBQ sauce.
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross brings his famous BBQ sauce to Canada as The Belly Buster Submarines announced a partnership with the legendary wrestling announcer and his famous family owned BBQ sauce.

The Belly Buster Submarines announced a partnership with legendary wrestling announcer Jim Ross and his famous family owned BBQ sauce.

JR’s BBQ Sauce is expertly handcrafted using only the finest ingredients, passed down through family generations. The Belly Buster Submarines, Toronto’s ultimate sandwich franchise, is pleased to offer JR’s BBQ Sauce and its unique and distinct line-up of flavors, including JR’s Original and new JR’s Hot BBQ Sauce.

After being one of the top sellers of BBQ sauce in the United States and the UK, JR’s BBQ Sauce will be made available in Canada.

Entrepreneurs Jian and Page Magen, owners of The Belly Buster Submarines franchise, have always had an interest in pro wrestling.

Jian Magen said in a release: “We have always loved wrestling and are excited to combine the food industry and the wrestling world.”

Helping celebrate the launch of the third Belly Buster Submarines is the official BBQ sauce from the WWE Hall of Famer.

The Belly Buster Submarine is one of Canada’s fastest growing franchises. With three locations across the GTA, it has been serving fresh submarine sandwiches since 1974.

For information:

www.bellybustersub.com

www.facebook.com/bellybustersub

www.twitter.com/bellybustersub

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