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Boehner sends Cincinnati favorites to President Obama

"We hope our ribs can help to foster a more bipartisan atmosphere in Washington, if only for a day," said Montgomery Inn VP Evan Andrews. "We hope our ribs can help to foster a more bipartisan atmosphere in Washington, if only for a day," said Montgomery Inn VP Evan Andrews.
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

What do you buy the President of the United States for his 52nd birthday?

If you're House Speaker John Boehner, perhaps a little taste of the Queen City.

Speaker Boehner, a West Chester native, gifted President Obama with a CincyFavorites gift basket, complete with Montgomery Inn ribs, Montgomery Inn BBQ Sauce and Graeter's Black Raspberry Chip ice cream.  

"We're so thrilled that Speaker Boehner chose Montgomery Inn and CincyFavorites as his gift to President Obama," said Montgomery Inn VP Evan Andrews. "We hope our ribs can help to foster a more bipartisan atmosphere in Washington, if only for a day."

Montgomery Inn was founded in 1951. Now with three additional locations and products available across the country, the "World-Famous Ribs" have become one of Cincinnati's well-known favorites.

Send your own CincyFavorites here: http://cincinnatifavorites.com/

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