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Skyline treats Reds staff to free lunch

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Two Cincinnati favorites came together for an annual tradition on Thursday.

In honor of Opening Day, Skyline Chili held a free luncheon for Cincinnati Reds staff members.

Approximately 200 employees enjoyed 3-Ways and Cheese Coneys in the Fox Sports Ohio Champions Club at Great American Ball Park.

This was the 10th year in a row Skyline has catered a lunch for Reds staff as they prepare for Opening Day and the 2013 season.

Skyline Chili officials say each year, Great American Ball Park sells more than 10,000 coneys to fans on Opening Day alone.

The Reds face the LA Angels on Monday at 4:10 p.m.

For full Opening Day coverage, including a list of festivities planned and parking information, click here - http://www.fox19.com/category/194494/cincinnati-reds-from-fox19-wxix-northern-kentucky

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