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Joey Chestnut will be in Carmel, IN Saturday to promote his new line of Joey Chestnut Select condiments.
Steel City Scoop has an interview with Bob Shoudt, who says eating 23.4 pounds of chowder in 6 minutes is his favorite competitive eating record. He will appear at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Cleveland on August 2.
Joey Chestnut has started a website at https://shop.joeychestnut.com/default.asp for his line of condiments. All profits from sales until July 6 will be donated to Hidden Heroes a charity for wounded veterans. (via Mercury News)s
The instagram page for qii, a drink claiming it improves dental health, has an advertisement starring Meredith Boxberger.
Joey Chestnut brand condiments are now available for sale on Amazon.com. (via BigJon TV).
Joey Chestnut posted a picture of mustard bottles branded with his name. The probable manufacturer of the condiments in Silver Springs Foods in Eau Claire, Wi, who said they would host the 10 times Nathan's champion. update Joey Chestnut appeared on WEAU in Eau Claire today to launch the product line, which will compete with Nathan's Famous' branded condiments. update Feb 13 Leader Telegram has an article about the product launch.
Brandon "Da Garbage Disposal" Clark has started selling T-shirts.
"Deep Fried Diva" Meredith Boxberger appeared in an ad for qīī , a tea that claims it improves oral health. She also did a testimonial video about the product.
Mashable has a post and video about stretchable pants produced by Stove Top Stuffing intended for big meals like Thanksgiving.
The Onion has an article about Nike's new line of competitive eating apparel described as “specially designed to boost performance by absorbing barbecue sauce, blue cheese, ranch, and all manner of drippings to completely eliminate condiment-related discomfort during competitive eating events”

Flashback 2008: IFOCE produces Obama / Chestnut shirt

Flashback: In the summer of 2008, IFOCE produced a T-shirt with a Obama/Chestnut 2008 logo. Joey Chestnut wore the shirt briefly in 2008 on the Today Show after defending his Nathan’s title, but was forced to cover it up during his interview.

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Capewood's Collections has a post about the Joey Chestnut, Matt Stonie and Sonya Thomas trading cards produced by Allen and Ginter.
Over five years into his competitive eating career, a "Rookie Card" for Matt Stonie can be found in boxes of 2016 Leaf Sports Heroes.
Nela Zisser has started a store at http://nelazisser.bigcartel.com/ selling T-shirts with her logo on it. She is soliciting questions for a Q & A video in the comments of her latest video documenting her victory in a college Thickburger contest.
Baffin Brewing Co. in St. Clair Shores, MI has produced a chestnut cream ale named after Joey Chestnut.
Amazon.com has an inflatable lawn display consisting of a snowman and a polar bear participating in a gingerbread man eating contest.
Adage.com announces the return of Crystal Pepsi. The soft drink will not return to stores; only winners of a sweepstakes starting December 10 will receive the product. The advocacy of Kevin "LA Beast" Strahle was cited as a reason for the comeback. update Time.com article
A picture autographed by Joey Chestnut is currently available on amazon.com as a lightning deal for $11.99. 94% of the pictures have been sold as of 12:37 pm eastern. (via Matt DeMougin)
Joey Chestnut recorded a commercial for Nextel on the Coney Island Boardwalk Wednesday.
Jon Bello has posted a picture of some of the T-shirts he has collected from eating contests and challenges.
Cameron McKirdy is selling DVDs about how to become a professional competitive eater.
Fox CT has a video and article about Jamie McDonald and his restauarant, Bear's Smokehouse BBQ.
Joey Chestnut will be signing autographs in Rosemont, IL on November 23.
Joey Chestnut signed autographs at a show in Philadelphia today. He reportedly received $29 per signature.
Joey Chestnut is expected to sign autographs at the 2014 Philadelphia Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular Collectors Show in Oaks, Pennsylvania from October 17-19.
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