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Our brand ambassadors are hard at work for the UpFronts. Get your new copy of NY Mag today! 

Today’s the last day of Frieze art Fair, but we’re still going strong distributing the Financial Times magazines. All the updates you need to know in the art world. 

The fans at the NFL Draft ticket pick-up was so much fun yesterday. They went crazy for the new Ruffle’s Buffalo Wing chips. Even more so for the chance to win free NFL swag and VIP Draft Day tickets! Thanks to our amazing team in the field for their hard work! 

We’re all set up and ready to go for the Frieze Art Fair on Randall’s Island. We will be here until Monday. @financialtimes

It’s almost #NFLDraft time! Our @Ruffles Brand Ambassadors are on the ground for the #RoughLife campaign. Stay tuned!

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21 Surprising Facts About Cinco de Mayo
Some important things to keep in mind today while pounding Coronas and guac till you puke.

It’s actually on March 17th.
"Beans, beans" were not the original musical fruit; that honor goes to traditional Latin gourd instruments like the güiro.
The phrase “Cinco de Mayo” is a palindrome if you have enough tequila.
All sour cream expires on May 6th so you have to use it up.
Cinco de Mayo honors a tribe of ancient Mayans who miraculously refried the same beans for five straight nights.
A 2010 study by the RAND Corporation confirms that the holiday is, in fact, more like drinko de Mayo.
Every time you eat a jalapeño popper on Cinco De Mayo an angel gets its wings.
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the first five-member Mariachi band to fit in a single New York City subway car.
Spiciness notwithstanding, Julianna Margulies is Jewish.
Every Cinco de Mayo, Governor Jan Brewer is legally required to open the padlock fence between Arizona and Mexico and no passports are needed.

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21 Surprising Facts About Cinco de Mayo

Some important things to keep in mind today while pounding Coronas and guac till you puke.

  • It’s actually on March 17th.
  • "Beans, beans" were not the original musical fruit; that honor goes to traditional Latin gourd instruments like the güiro.
  • The phrase “Cinco de Mayo” is a palindrome if you have enough tequila.
  • All sour cream expires on May 6th so you have to use it up.
  • Cinco de Mayo honors a tribe of ancient Mayans who miraculously refried the same beans for five straight nights.
  • A 2010 study by the RAND Corporation confirms that the holiday is, in fact, more like drinko de Mayo.
  • Every time you eat a jalapeño popper on Cinco De Mayo an angel gets its wings.
  • Cinco de Mayo commemorates the first five-member Mariachi band to fit in a single New York City subway car.
  • Spiciness notwithstanding, Julianna Margulies is Jewish.
  • Every Cinco de Mayo, Governor Jan Brewer is legally required to open the padlock fence between Arizona and Mexico and no passports are needed.

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Ready for the Kentucky Derby? 

We took on Texas this past weekend and played a game of DWI Loteria with the community.

While the game was light and fun, and people won fantastic prizes, the message was very clear from the TEXAS DOT: NO drinking and driving!