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Primanti’s to send sandwiches to Bills’ front office

The Associated Press
| Sunday, January 3, 2016 8:39 p.m
James Knox | Tribune-Review
Primanti Brothers operations director Mike Mitcham (left) and Toni Haggerty, general manager of the company’s Strip District location, pack boxes filled with 100 sandwich kits, Terrible Towels and Primanti’s T-shirts they plan to ship to Bills front office employees Monday, Jan. 4, 2016. Primanti Brothers is sending its “Almost Famous” sandwiches from the Strip District to Buffalo, N.Y., as a thank you to the Bills for beating the Jets, which helped give the Steelers a playoff berth.

Eat up, Buffalo Bills front office personnel.

Because the Bills beat the New York Jets on Sunday, helping to pave the way for the Steelers to make the NFL playoffs, Primanti Brothers is sending some Almost Famous sandwiches to Buffalo.

The sandwiches will be shipped at 10:30 a.m. Monday from the restaurant’s flagship Strip District location.

Toni Haggerty, general manager of Primanti Brothers’ original location, will send more than just sandwiches to Buffalo.

“I think we’ll probably toss in a Terrible Towel or two,” she said.

Categories: Steelers
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