By: Joan Ginsberg, United Meat & Deli marketing specialist
One of the best perks of selling corned beef and pastrami all over the country is the ability to form connections and relationships with deli owners and customers, or others who are interested in Jewish food.
One of those customers is Miller’s East Coast Deli, with two San Francisco-area locations.
So when the San Francisco Giants finally clinched the MLB National League pennant and became the World Series opponents of Sy Ginsberg’s beloved Detroit Tigers, Miller’s owner Robby Morgenstein couldn’t resist poking a little fun on our Facebook page:
Who can resist a challenge like that? The deal was clinched when Robby suggested that we donate to the community and make them the real winners.
Miller’s and UMD have agreed that the Series loser will make a donation to the Jewish charity of the winner’s choice. Robby and Miller’s have chosen The Jewish Home of San Francisco to receive a donation from UMD in the event the Giants beat the Tigers.
Of course, we have every faith that the Tigers will not disappoint their fans and supporters, and that Robby and Miller’s will be donating to the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit.
But those Tigers better get crackin’ those bats – they are already down 2 games.