Official Salsa of PHX INT. Raceway
PHOENIX — Phoenix International Raceway today announced an exciting new partnership with locally-based El Sol Foods as the track’s official salsa. The family owned and operated business based in Gilbert, Ariz. has been named the exclusive salsa partner of its hometown track for the Nov. 11-13 race weekend, when NASCAR returns for the semi-final race of The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
More about el sol and phx int. raceway sponsorship
Salsa Makers Who Are Worth a Second Dip
(Phoenix, Ariz.) – In the competitive salsa making industry, the maxim is, don’t waste the chip if the salsa’s not worth the dip. Ryan Bullock, CEO of Gilbert-based El Sol Foods, will help determine “Best Salsa Make in the Valley” at the 32nd Annual Salsa Challenge, to be held March 5 and 6 at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix. The reward for the winner is $1,000 and the manufacturing, labeling and grocery store shelving space for an entire year to the winner.
Find out about the salsa competition
Heritage High School Learns to Salsa
(Gilbert, Ariz., Jan 25, 2016) – El Sol Foods, a Gilbert-based, family-owned salsa company, will utilize more than 20 Heritage High School students and teachers in the filming of the company’s latest promotional dancing video on Saturday, January 30 beginning at 8 a.m. at the school, located in Laveen. The students and teachers will gather with production crews to film a rockin’ and shakin’ El Sol Salsa video that will be used for marketing and social media purposes.
Read more about the teachers shaking it up
Super Bowl Sunday’s Dipping Demands
(Gilbert, Ariz., Jan 11, 2016) – The Valley’s King of Salsa has planned ahead to meet the tortilla chip dipping frenzy that is Super Bowl Sunday. Ryan Bullock, CEO of Gilbert-based El Sol Foods, says an estimated 8.2 million pounds of chips are consumed by football fans at Super Bowl parties every year. With such a heavy demand, Ryan says he has increased the number of staff and is working overtime in his factory to make sure Wal-Mart, Costco and other grocery stores across the US are stocked with his company’s salsa for game day.
Learn more about the Valley’s King of Salsa
Southwestern Spin on Thanksgiving Day Recipes
(Gilbert, Ariz.) – Whether you plan on hosting a holiday get-together for one or 100, El Sol Foods offers quick and easy ways to incorporate salsa into traditional – and often boring – Thanksgiving menu items.
Find out how to avoid the turkey-induced coma
El Sol Salsa Recipes, Day of the Dead
(Gilbert, Ariz.) –On Sunday, November 1, many families will host gatherings, festivals, and celebrations honoring the lives and souls of loved ones who have passed for the Mexican holiday known commonly as “The Day of the Dead.” As a way to commemorate the death of their ancestors, families will spend the day paying their respects through traditional foods like chicken molé , tamales and, of course, salsa.
More ideas about how to spice up Chicken Tamales
Ryan Bullock Hot Recipe for Business Success
(Gilbert, Ariz.) – El Sol Foods CEO Ryan Bullock has found the perfect recipe for business success: Marinade dreams of providing homemade salsas for big grocery chain stores nationwide, stir in spicy business acumen, add a dash of marketing with the N.B.A.’s Phoenix Suns, and shred the competition. Chill afterward.
Learn more about business success from Ryan Bullock
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
(Gilbert, Ariz.) – As Americans continue recognizing Hispanic Heritage Month through October 15, one Valley businessman is playing a big part in the celebrating – one chip and dip at a time. Ryan Bullock, CEO of Gilbert-based El Sol Foods, just released the company’s newest organic salsa just in time for the special month. The organic line just hit the shelves of Costco stores across the Southwest.
Read what El Sol Salsa does for Heritage Month
Start 2016 with a Happy Heart and Sol
(Gilbert, Ariz., Dec. 20, 2015) – New Year’s resolutions don’t have to mean trading bold snacks for bland ones. Salsa offers a tangy option for foodies that can supplement nutrient intake and provide multiple health benefits while pleasing taste buds.
El Sol Foods celebrates New Years with good snacks