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Redskins Salute & Tostitos Launch Program To Support Military Members

*EASY TWEET:  .@RedskinsSalute & @Tostitos launch Helmet for Helmet Promotion for active U.S. military service members.  Details:*


LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins' official military appreciation club, Redskins Salute, and Tostitos® have officially launched the 2nd annual Helmet for Helmet promotion.

Fans can visit to nominate an active U.S. military service member who inspires them for the service member's chance to win a grand prize of "honorary player for a day experience" at Redskins Park.  The grand prize also includes two (2) customized Redskins jerseys, one (1) authentic Redskins helmet, four (4) tickets to the Redskins vs. Vikings Game on Nov. 13, one (1) parking pass and inclusion in an on-field recognition ceremony during the game.  The promotion is open to all fans to nominate active U.S. military service members who reside in Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia or Delaware who are 18 years of age or older.  The promotion ends on Oct. 27.

Secondary prizing will also be awarded to an additional twenty-five (25) winners who will receive one Redskins gift bag.  

"We are thrilled to partner with Tostitos® on this initiative, now in its second year, as it focuses on our troops. This is a great opportunity for Redskins & our fans to show their support for the men and women of the armed services." said Terry Bateman, Redskins Executive Vice President.

Tostitos® is committed to recognizing, appreciating and supporting veterans, military members, their families, and the communities in which they live and work. "Tostitos is proud to partner with the Washington Redskins, who share our values when it comes to supporting our military members, to offer this exciting promotion," said Christina Clarke, Senior Director of Sports Marketing, Frito-Lay. "It is important to celebrate our military service members, and this promotion is one more way we at Frito-Lay can honor them for their service to our country."

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