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Kettle Classics® Feed Hungry Golfers at the John Wooden Classic Golf Tournament

Classic Foods, North American Snack Food Manufacturer, has donated their All Natural Kettle Classics® Potato Chips to the John R. Wooden Classic Golf Tournament which will be held on December 11th at Monarch Beach Golf Links.

The Wooden Classic is a three-day festivity established by legendary UCLA college basketball coach, John Wooden. The Classic kicks off with the charity Golf Tournament followed by the Coach's Dinner and an NCAA basketball doubleheader at Honda Center. All three events will benefit the Special Olympics of Southern California and Orangewood Children's Foundation.

Special Olympics Southern California assists over 10,000 athletes, provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

Orangewood Children's Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization that provides an innovative array of programs and services for children in foster care as well as emergency shelter for abused and neglected children.

Kettle Classics® do more than just satisfy a hungry tummy. They are made with only the finest all natural ingredients and contain absolutely no cholesterol, no Trans fat, no preservatives and no MSG. More importantly, Kettle Classics® are potato chips that often support a good cause to ensure a better life for all.

Classic Foods, Inc. is a family owned manufacturer of top quality branded snack foods, who is passionate about a healthy world for generations to come. Distributed throughout the United States and Canada, brands include Kettle Classics® Potato Chips, Stoned Classics® Organic Tortilla Chips, Baked Classics® Potato Crisps and California Classics™ School Snacks. Classic Foods products are available in traditional food-service outlets, institutional locations, and national food chains.


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