The Bread Man Hat Trick Sweepstakes presented by S. Rosen’s Bread

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Enter below for your chance to win The Bread Man Hat Trick Sweepstakes, presented by S. Rosen’s, Chicago’s bread company.

Tune-in to every Chicago Blackhawks pre-game show on WGN Radio to find out if you’re the lucky winner. One winner will be randomly selected before every Chicago Blackhawks game throughout the 2016-17 campaign. Each winner will get a S. Rosen’s prize pack, filled with delicious breads, buns and rolls.

panarin-breadmanAnd if Blackhawks winger #72 Artemi Panarin “the Bread Man” delivers a hat trick (3 goals in one game), that lucky winner will win some dough…as in $10,000!

Whoa – that’s a lot of “bread” from S. Rosens!

Read the complete Official Sweepstakes Rules here. Be sure to pick up S. Rosen’s Bread at your local grocer!




About S. Rosen’s Baking Company:

S. Rosen’s was founded in Chicago in 1909 by Sam Rosen, who left his home in Poland at age 9 to become an apprentice baker in Germany. Rosen came to the U.S. at age 13, opened his own bakery in New York at 16 and helped organize the first bakers’ union in that city. He lost the hearing in one ear after a strikebreaker hit him over the head.

Sam Rosen moved to Chicago in his early twenties and purchased a small bakery on Chicago’s Northwest side called the New York Baking Company.

Renaming the company after himself, Sam Rosen used it to introduce his now-famous rye bread to the Windy City. The bread was delivered unwrapped before dawn by horse and buggy and placed in wooden breadboxes that were situated outside grocery stores.

S. Rosen’s continues to be part of Chicago and the Rosen family. Don Rosen, the son of founder Sam Rosen, joined the company in 1945 and took the reins after his father retired. Steve Rosen, Don’s son, joined in 1974 and today serves as Vice President and General Manager.

Now propane-powered stepvans make their store deliveries, instead of horses and buggies. One thing that hasn’t changed is S. Rosen’s dedication to making the world’s best bread.