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The Rose Bowl Welcomes Totally Nutz® Franchise at the Stadium for the 2018 Season

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Totally Nutz is an affordable, mobile franchise offering gourmet nuts roasted and glazed on-site at sports and entertainment venues, shopping areas and other public gathering places.


Totally Nutz will be freshly roasting and glazing cinnamon almonds, cashews, and pecans on-site for all scheduled events. This is their first year at the Rose Bowl, which has a seating capacity of 90,880. Totally Nutz is proud to be a part of this amazing group of food and beverage providers and to offer a healthy, gluten-free alternative to all patrons.

Totally Nutz Owner, Dave Walterman, will be overseeing operations at the stadium. Dave resides in the Los Angeles area and operates at various events and venues across the west.

“We are really excited about our partnership with Levy at the Rose Bowl”, said Dave, “and the chance to cheer on UCLA Bruins football. Our mobile carts allow us to venture where the action is and to offer a freshly roasted snack item to the fans.”

About Totally Nutz®

Since 1990, Totally Nutz® has been fresh roasting cinnamon glazed nuts. Totally Nutz was founded by Matt & Yvette Barker who were looking for a family-friendly business which would allow them to spend more time with their young children. Totally Nutz is the perfect companion for cheering on your favorite team, attending a convention, or enjoying your favorite band. Gift boxes are excellent choices for gifting on special occasions, recognizing or thanking someone.

For more information on Totally Nutz, please visit www.totallynutzfranchise.com. To view the event schedule at the Rose Bowl, please visit https://www.rosebowlstadium.com/

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