Hot Rod Bob’s: Made in Michigan

A Marine, GM engineer and automotive enthusiast discovers that he has a knack for cooking.  According to the Hot Rod Bob’s website, their five Gourmet Salad Dressings come from the creative kitchen of Hot Rod Bob in Oxford, Michigan. Their all-natural products are packaged in glass bottles, are gluten-free, have no trans fat, very low-to-no cholesterol, no MSG and still taste great!

They are outstanding on any salads, as marinades for meats and fish and as overall cooking sauces. There are no additives or preservatives so they suggest that you “SHAKE the living daylights out of each bottle before serving”

About Hot Rod Bob
1950 – after three years in the U.S. Marine Corp. “Hot Rod Bob” Fulkerson became one of the original drag racers on Woodward Ave. in Detroit, MI. Today at age 68, he is still racing and building Hot Rods.
1960 to 1992 – Bob works at the General Motors Research Test Labs developing future engines. Along the way, he realizes he has a knack for cooking as well as rebuilding carburetors. Hot Rod opens two restaurants – an A&W drive-in and a Coney Island.

Company History
1987 – Bob starts to make and sell dressing out of his 1 bedroom home and 21 car garage.
1992 – Greek dressing is finalist for Michigan’s Best New Product Award.
1990’s – Sales accelerate with introduction of three new dressings.
2000 – Hot Rod Bob’s is established as a strong local and solid regional brand in the Midwest.
2006 – New Caesar dressing is launched.
2008 – New BBQ sauces are launched.

Here is a list of some of the fine retailers that carry Hot Rod Bob’s products:
D&W Markets, Farmer Jack, Glen’s Markets, Hiller’s Markets, Hollywood Markets, IGA/Spartan, Jack’s Fruit Markets, Kroger, L&L Food Centers, Marsh, Meijer, Nino Salvaggio’s, Tom’s Food Markets, Westborn Markets, Busch’s Markets, Randazzo’s, Papa Joe’s, Vince & Joe’s and Whole Foods Market.

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Based in Allen Park Michigan, Broglin Distributing brings this product and many more to a grocery store near you.

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