Cleveland Browns star running back Nick Chubb has landed a partnership with Chipotle which could land some lucky kids free meals for a year
Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb has had quite the offseason.
Not only has he already agreed to a new three-year extension that will pay him more than $36 million but he also released his own cereal. Recently, ‘Chubb Crunch‘ became available at Cleveland-area Heinen’s grocery stores. Of course, as anyone who has followed the young running back could guess, some of the money raised from the sale of his cereal will go to charity.
Now, Chubb has struck another deal which will allow him to help even more in his community. The star running back has agreed to partner with Chipotle restaurants in the ‘Chipotle Team Meal’ challenge which will award five local high school teams free food from Chipotle. This is a partnership that goes along with Chipotle’s “Real Food for Real Athletes” program that inspires all athletes to be their best by focusing on proper food and nutrition.
They will end up with a free meal every week for one year, which isn’t a bad deal for anyone — I mean, who wouldn’t want free Chipotle?
In order for teams to enter the contest, they need to submit a video through social media accounts on Instagram, Tiktok, or Twitter. In this video, they need to try and sell Chipotle on their team and why they should be the ones sponsored by the food chain. Submissions will be accepted until Aug. 30 for the challenge.
Nick Chubb is entering his fourth season with the Browns who took him 35th overall out of Georgia. He’s an incredible quiet person off the field but one of the more fierce running backs in the NFL on it.
He’s also shown that he loves to be able to give back and this is just another example of him doing just that.