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Posted On April 12, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Jericho Breaks Punk’s Award, More On Foley-Ambrose, Slim Jim

- At the Golden Gods Awards ceremony last night CM Punk won “Most Metal Athlete” award. Punk beat out Gina Carano (MMA), Brian Deegan (pro motocross), Evan Longoria (MLB), Dirk Nowitzki (NBA) and Mitch Petrus (NFL) to take the honors. Chris Jericho accepted the award on his behalf because Punk was on tour overseas however Jericho ended up breaking the award in half. – More anti-Mick Foley comments from Dean Ambrose on Twitter last night: “I wonder if Mick would be so happy sitting on his high horse if itRead More

Posted On April 2, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

WWE Fear Top Stars Leaving, Piper Praises CM Punk, More

- During WrestleMania 28 last night, WWE announced that with Slim Jim, they are donating $500,000 worth of product to the troops. WWE announced the promotion in late 2011 where fans could buy 2 Slim Jim’s and Slim Jim would donate a third to the Armed Forces. The pledge was met and the products will be sent to the troops soon.   - WWE Hall of Famer Roddy Piper gave props to WWE Champion CM Punk on Twitter last night after WrestleMania 28: “Like to thank@CMPUNK for the respect andRead More

Posted On December 12, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Slim Jim And WWE Team Up To Help Troops

Slim Jim and the WWE are joining forces to pay Tribute to the Troops and you can help out with both companies. From today until April 2012, when you buy 2 Slim Jim’s from any location, Slim Jim will donate a third Slim Jim, free of charge, to the Armed Forces. As part of the deal, Slim Jim have pledged to donate up to $500,000 worth of their product to the armed forces.Read More
The June 6, 2011 issue of TIME features an article on the late Randy Savage written by Vince McMahon. Here is the article in its entirety: “It’s important in sports and it’s important in entertainment to stand out. Randy knew that. Right away, he wanted to leave his mark, and to do that he was aware he had to make himself different from everyone else. One way he did this was concentrating on his outfits, those brightly colored costumes with foot-long fringe that became his trademark. He brought to wrestlingRead More
In addition to his world famous exploits inside the squared circle, “Macho Man” Randy Savage was also well known as a celebrity spokesman for the beef jerky line Slim Jim throughout the 1990s. Through his promotional efforts, he helped make Slim Jim one of the most popular snack foods in the world. “Snap into a Slim Jim, oooooh yeah!” became a popular catchphrase from his commercials. Following the tragic passing of Savage Friday morning due to an automobile accident in Seminole, Florida, ConAgra Foods, Inc., parent company of Slim Jim,Read More

Posted On March 30, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

WWE Stars At MLB Game, WWE Axxess Sponsors, WrestleManiART

– The National Guard has been announced as an official sponsor of WWE’s WrestleMania Axxess fan fest. WWE’s family-friendly, interactive fan event that runs during WrestleMania Week from Thursday, March 31 to Sunday, April 3 at the Georgia World Congress Center. Other promotional partners of WrestleMania Axxess include Skittles®, TWIX®, Mattel®, Slim Jim® and THQ. — Tonight is the WrestleMania Art event, which takes place from the Fox Theatre in Atlanta. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and more than 20 WWE superstars and divas will be on hand for the event.Read More

Posted On December 15, 2010By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Slim Jim Donate $500k To Troops As Part Of WWE Sponsorship

- WWE issued the following press release today: Slim Jim to donate up to $500,000 worth of product to troops as part of sponsorship STAMFORD, Conn., December 15, 2010 – World Wrestling Entertainment and Slim Jim are joining forces to honor our troops this holiday season. One of the most requested snacks by our troops overseas, Slim Jim, will be the exclusive presenting sponsor of WWE’s annual holiday NBC special, “WWE Tribute to the Troops.” The hour-long special will air Saturday, December 18 at 9-10 p.m. ET / 8-9 p.m.Read More
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