REVIEW: Gator Ron’s Zesty Sauces & Mixes – Chesapeake Divine Bloody Mary Mix

Chesapeake Divine Bloody Mary Mix

We are back with our 3rd of 4 reviews for Gator Ron’s Zesty Sauces & Mixes. If you have not followed these reviews thus far, the heartfelt story behind the company is worth reading about. “Gator” Ron Griffith passed away back in 2011 from his fight with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Constance, Ron’s wife took up the baton and carried out Gator Ron’s dream and their company was established. With a lasting legacy, a percentage of all sales of Gator Ron’s Zesty Sauces & Mixes will be donated to the Robert Packard Center for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins. By all accounts, so far after 3 reviews, it looks like Gator Ron’s has some goods worth trying. Give them a try and at the same time you will be helping in the fight to find the cure for ALS. To read more about ALS please visit www.alsa.org/about-als

Our review team for these reviews is Ken Alexander, Don Lava, and Fiber Joe. Joe wanted to express his apologies for mispronouncing the disease in these videos. He understands how much the good people at Gator Ron’s, especially his wife Constance, feel about ALS, and it was a regrettable mistake that he feels very sorry about. With that said, if you care to read more about the story of Gator Ron’s Zesty Sauces & Mixes and see the other 2 reviews please check out the links below in order of posting. Then on with this their 2nd Bloody Mary Mix review.

1- Chipotle Heavenly BBQ Sauce
2- Original Divine Bloody Mary Mix

Ken Alexander

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Don Lava

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Fiber Joe

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Gator Ron’s Zesty Sauces & Mixes
4825 Cordell Ave. Suite #200,
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Phone: 240.988.8606
Email: contact.us@gatorrons.com
www.gatorrons.com
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One thought on “REVIEW: Gator Ron’s Zesty Sauces & Mixes – Chesapeake Divine Bloody Mary Mix

  • February 8, 2013 at 11:56 pm
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    Pickled ockra? Blech.

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