4TH OF JULY IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER!
All you need to do is enter the code 4THDISCOUNT at the checkout and that deal is all yours (you're welcome).
In case you haven’t noticed, here at Product Distribution, we absolutely froth all things American food and culture. And that means that when the 4th of July comes around, we want to bring you our exclusive, delicious products with a little bonus. That’s why we have decided to give you not only a 20% discount on all of our retail stock, but also a free playlist you can listen to while you cook it low’n’slow on the BBQ with Lillies Q tasty sauces and rubs, AND some facts about the history of the 4th of July that you might not have known as an Australian!
You can start the listening to the playlist here, and you can find some crowd-pleasing, super easy recipes perfect for gatherings that feature our mouth-watering products here.
4 Things You Didn’t Know About the 4th:
- BILLIONS ON BEER - Americans literally spend BILLIONS more than usual on food in the lead up to the 4th of July - and when it comes to booze…well America loves their beer. So much so that it has been recorded that alcohol sales JUST for beer increase by almost $1 billion in the days leading up to the 4th of July BBQ’s, cookouts, picnics, and celebrations.
- CONFUSING PAPERWORK'S THE WORST - The Declaration of Independence actually wasn’t signed by all the founding fathers on the 4th of July (only two of them!) - it’s said that the 4th is just the date it was finalised, but there were many amended copies made and congressmen were still officiating the declaration as late as August 1776.
- DAWGS FOR DAYS - We all know Americans love hotdogs, but on the 4th of July, this love is exacerbated. It’s estimated that Americans consume over 155 million hotdogs (loaded with allllllll those fixin’s) on the 4th of July alone. Can you imagine what those dawgs would look like all in one room? We’re drooling.
- FREE FROM THE LAND OF THE FREE - The Phillipines also celebrates the 4th of July - ironically because they gained independence from the U.S on the 4th July 1946.