Kansas City Royals

June 13, 2013 2:32 PM

Booming sales for Billy Butler's barbecue sauce

The Royals’ season was on the brink of failure just 10 days ago. Out came the sauce and the wins have followed. Zarda Bar-B-Q, which worked with Butler to develop the sauce, has had a spike in online orders, according to Zarda Chief Operating Officer Terry Hyer. Local sales, in particular, have been robust.

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