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Pegula Sports & Entertainment announces partnership with Eat Rite Foods

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Thu, Dec 20th 2018 12:40 pm

Eat Rite begins multifaceted presence with Bills, Sabres, Bandits, Beauts and IMPACT

Pegula Sports & Entertainment welcomed Eat Rite Foods to a multifaceted partnership. Eat Rite is now the official meal prep partner of the Buffalo Bills, Sabres and Beauts, and will also begin a strong presence with the Bandits and IMPACT Sports at Harborcenter.

“Promoting all aspects of health and wellness is an important objective of ours,” said Erica Muhleman, PSE executive vice president of business development. “Just as our nutritional staff works to ensure that our players are fueled with the proper nutritional balance, Eat Rite provides a service that affords all members of the community that same benefit. Eat Rite’s commitment to expanding healthy eating in Western New York matches our vision, and we look forward to working together.”

In addition to Eat Rite’s distinction as the official meal prep partner of the Bills, Sabres and Beauts, the premium meal service company will be featured throughout KeyBank Center, New Era Field and Harborcenter. Eat Right will also be the presenting sponsor of IMPACT’s Buffalo Fitness Games on March 30 at ADPRO Sports Training Center.

“The team at Eat Rite Foods is excited to be working with Pegula Sports & Entertainment to become the official meal prep partner of the Buffalo Bills, Sabres & Beauts,” said Eat Rite founders Luke Bright and Mike Del Zoppo. “We pride ourselves on being a vital part of the Greater Buffalo community and are looking forward to growing our relationship with Pegula Sports & Entertainment as they continue to make huge strides in revitalizing our Queen City.”

Eat Rite consumers are able to select meals ranging from breakfast to dinner and even desserts, with a weekly rotating menu that is always prepared fresh. Eat Rite meals are high in protein with all nutrition facts displayed on the packaging, so consumers know exactly what they’re putting into their body. Eat Rite meals are available for delivery or pick up at two locations in Buffalo and Niagara Falls.

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