Large Hot Tub Manufacturer Releases Revolutionary Large Scale Food Product
Bullfrog’s new soup line is named Soups du Spa. These large volume soups come pre-mixed in 25 lb. bags perfect for feeding up to 4113 people at one time. Preparation is easy and quick by simply mixing full contents of each 25 lb. package in a large hot tub and turning jets on to the high speed setting.*
Delicious flavors of Soups du Spa include:
- Tub O’Tomato Basil
- Large Live Lobster Bisque
- Lots O’ Miso
- Crap Load O’ Clam Chowder
- Whole Cow Stew
- Vat O’ Vegetable
- Rub a Dub Ramen
- Big Ol Bucket of Borscht
- Frog Bog French Onion
- One Ton Won Ton
- Giant Gut Bomb Gumbo
- Macho Meat Minestrone
Buzz from the celebrity community has helped to fuel the massive success of Soup du Spa. Associates of Emeril Lagasse were contacted for comment and implied that they absolutely love Soup du Spa with this statement, “I don’t know what the *^@# you’re talking about. I just walk Emeril’s dogs. They might eat that soup in a hot tub…” So, mark down Emeril’s dogs on the long list of celebrity endorsements that are rolling in. Additional attempts to reach Food Network celebrities, executives, and their pets are being considered.
Soups Du Spa have been tested over-seas in select markets. The Japanese game show circuit has been an especially useful test market. Feedback has been largely positive with many taste testers echoing the sentiment of this taster/contestant, who preferred to remain nameless due to litigation over an incident with huge red balls: “I first tried soup in a huge vat while on a game show. It takes a bit of crazy to even try it, then it takes a while to get over the dry heaves, but pretty soon you’re totally diving in.”
In a bold distribution move, especially for a food product, Soups du Spa will be available only at select authorized hot tub dealers nationwide (where legal) beginning April 1, 2013.
Bullfrog also has plans for hot tub-scale chili nacho cheese dips and cold cereals aimed at the teenage demographics in Colorado, Washington, California, Maine, Nevada, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Delaware, and Alaska. Test markets currently being considered for these products are Amsterdam, Netherlands.
*not responsible for damage to hot tub filters, jets, or personal health. In certain cases death, nausea, and a whole lot of vomiting may occur. Not approved by the FDA, not even close.