October is many things: National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, MLB Postseason, Halloween. Luckily for Cincinnati, it's also National Chili Month!
In celebration, Skyline Chili is offering customers the chance to win hundreds of gift cards and T-shirts through an online entry.
"At Skyline Chili, we love to celebrate
National Chili Month with our loyal customers," said Sarah Sicking, director of
marketing for Skyline Chili. "They support us every day by stopping by their
favorite location to enjoy a Cheese Coney or 3-Way. To thank them during
National Chili Month, we're offering hundreds of patrons the chance to win free
gift cards and T-shirts so they can get their fill of Cheese Coneys and Ways
through the month of October."
The National Chili Month Giveaway is only
available online to legal residents of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana who are 18
years or older. The contest begins Monday through October 27.
For more information and to enter the giveaway, customers can
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