EATONTOWN, N.J. — The Original Soupman, the makers of the best-tasting soup in the world, is throwing a festive soup-parade in honor of Cinco de Mayo with a special batch of Chicken Gumbo soup. Now, no matter where you live in the U.S. you can start the party early and have Cinco de Mayo come to you by simply ordering it online at www.OriginalSoupman.com. Order online www.originalsoupman.com during the week of Cinco de Mayo, which is May 5th for special discounts.
Cinco de Mayo is considered the top day around the globe to celebrate Mexico and its rich history. The Original Soupman wants you to go beyond the Margarita – and enjoy the rich, authentic taste of their South-of-the-border Chicken Gumbo. Every bite of this Mexican inspired soup brims with tender Chunks of plump chicken breasts, tomatoes, okra, bell peppers, carrots, collard greens and celery simmered together with garlic, butter, authentic secret spices and just the right amount of chili peppers. No matter your own roots, one bowl of Chicken Gumbo and you’ll be dancing around your sombrero, ready to celebrate this festive day like a true Amigo!
“It wouldn’t be Cinco de Mayo without a great bowl of our Chicken Gumbo,” says Joseph Hagan, President of The Original Soupman. “Maybe you can’t fill your sombrero with our delicious hot soup, but you can enjoy it in a bowl right at home wherever you live. We love our fans, and since our mantra is “Soup for All”, we have online ordering so everyone in the U.S. can enjoy a steaming hot bowl of our Chicken Gumbo Soup – or any of our flavors.”
The Original Soupman brand became famous when the “Soupman” yelled, “No Soup for You” on the iconic television series Seinfeld, at the counter of the store ladling soup on any given day. Today the brand stands for “Soupman — Soup For All.”
The Original Soupman soups are now available online and at Amazon.com. For a store tracker or to order go to www.originalsoupman.com
The Original Soupman’s roots began at the famous 55th St. and 8th Ave. store which inspired the famous “Seinfeld” episode that made Soupman a cultural icon. The soups were praised by the New York Times who called it “Art, not Soup” and the soups were rated #1 by Zagat as it set the standard for excellence. Today, the Original Soupman has built on that innovation and sells their soups across America in Tetra Pak cartons in the soup aisle at grocery stores and online. They have franchised restaurants and fresh soup available through their foodservice operations. Visit www.originalsoupman.com, “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram.