Skyline Chili Is Giving Babies Born on National Chili Day (Feb. 27) a Special Care Package

It isn't chili

click to enlarge Sweet baby, James — a National Chili Day newborn - Photo: Provided by Skyline
Photo: Provided by Skyline
Sweet baby, James — a National Chili Day newborn

National Chili Day is Feb. 27, and if you're pregnant and that happens to be your due date, cross your fingers because if that baby pops out, you're going to be slightly rich in Skyline Chili merch.

The local chili chain is celebrating the "sacred holiday" for the eighth year by gifting newborns born at area hospitals with a Skyline onesie featuring an illustrated 3-way and coney and the words "Feed me," and giving parents a Skyline gift card. According to a press release, Skyline has welcomed more than 1,000 babies into the world on National Chili Day since 2012.

“From a young age, many native Cincinnatians are raised on the Skyline experience. We hope that Skyline can bring even more joy to the newest Cincinnatians and their loved ones,” said Sarah Sicking, director of marketing for Skyline Chili, in a release. “National Chili Day is one of our favorite days of the year. Welcoming the next generation of Skyline enthusiasts and treating the families is one of our favorite ways to give back to the community.”

The National Chili Day packages will be distributed to the labor/delivery departments at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, University of Cincinnati West Chester Hospital, The Christ Hospital, Mercy Hospital of Anderson, Fairfield and Mercy West Hospital, St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Good Samaritan Hospital McCullough Hyde Memorial Hospital, Liberty Township Birthing Center and Bethesda North Hospital.

And if you want a "Feed me" onesie but aren't due on Feb. 27, you can buy one on the website for $10.99.

And if you want to celebrate National Chili Day and don't have any relationship with babies, Skyline will be giving away gift cards on its social media (TwitterFacebook and Instagram), launching new apparel both on its website and with HOMAGE, and giving away a $100 HOMAGE gift card and $100 Skyline gift card. 

  


*An original version of this story had the typo "scared" holiday instead of "sacred" — let's hope no one is scared by chili.

Scroll to read more Food News articles
Join the CityBeat Press Club

Local journalism is information. Information is power. And we believe everyone deserves access to accurate independent coverage of their community and state.
Help us keep this coverage going with a one-time donation or an ongoing membership pledge.

Newsletters

Join CityBeat Newsletters

Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.