Big League Chew Outta Here Original Bubble Gum

Ford Gum & Machine Company

$25.00 
Big League Cher Outta' Here Original Bubble Gum (12ct)

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Big League Chew Outta Here Original Bubble Gum is definitely a home run! Invented by Rob Nelson, a pitcher for the Portland Mavericks. He wanted a healthy alternative to chewing tobacco. Believe it or not Rob says the idea came to him in less than 60 seconds! He was in the bullpen while he came up with this idea. Big League chew has been around for over thirty years, the novelty never seems to wear off. Big League chew is a shredded texture of soft, sugary bubblegum goodness! Eat it by the hand fulls, stuff your cheeks, you wont have to spit this out!

Big League Chew-A Poem

Shredded in your pouch.
Thought of in a bullpen
So smooth in my mouth.
Chomped on by the big leagues,
The baseball fans too.
Instead of that tobacco,
Give this gum a chew!
    2.12 oz Pouch/12 COUNT BOX

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