BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Tuesday, Buffalo Bills Defensive End Mario Williams is unveiling his new cereal MariO's.
News 4 got our hands on a box Tuesday morning. The box features an expressive Williams on the front, but if you turn the box to the side you can read about Carly's Club.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from the cereal go towards Carly's Club at Roswell.
Williams isn't the first one to have his own cereal. You might remember TO's, Flutie Flakes even Jim Kelly got into the cereal business. MariO's are sold exclusively at Tops.
Watch the included video and see News 4 try out the cereal.
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