The Kansas City Chiefs signed wide receiver Weston Dressler last week after his time in the CFL came to a close. But this isn’t just your typical Canadian football player.
He’s kind of a big deal. And not just because of what he’s been able to do on the field.
Sure, the 28-year-old posted an amazing 6,531 yards and 43 touchdowns in six seasons. Along the way he was named the CFL’s rookie of the year and an All Star twice.
None of those things are nearly as impressive as having fruit snacks named in his honor! In Weston Dressler’s case they are called “Westermelons”.
These fine strawberry watermelon 100% fruit snacks were sold exclusively at Co-Ope Retail System with the profits going to charity.
Even if Dressler finds himself as a long shot to earn a spot on Andy Reid’s roster this summer, he should be the only player that can serve snacks in St. Joe with his face on them. That is unless there are some “Charles in Charge Crunch Bars” out there that I’ve yet to see.