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WING OFFS ANOUNCED FOR WINGBOWL 17



Friday, January 30, 2009
Wachovia Center

Tickets to Wing Bowl 17 are SOLD OUT!

LOOK BELOW HOW TO WIN 2 FREE TICKETS
ON AMERICANWINGKING.COM!!!


Listen to Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team for your chance to win tickets!

Proceeds from WIP Wing Bowl 17 will be donated to the Philadelphia Police Department
through the Philadelphia Police Foundation.





How to Enter Wing Bowl 17
Wing Bowl 17 is going back to the neighborhoods!
This is an ALL AMATUER event, no professional eaters allowed!
There are two ways to become a contestant at Wing Bowl 17

1. Complete an approved eating stunt in front of the Morning Show.

This can be done by calling Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team at 215-592-0610 or 856-963-0610, Monday thru Friday from 5:30 am - 10:00 am to propose an eating stunt (ex. 5 cheeseburgers in 3 mins,3lbs of sloppy joe in 2 mins).

If your stunt is accepted, you will be given a day and time to attempt your stunt at the WIP Studios. If you complete it in the alloted time period, you will be in Wing Bowl 17.

Click here for eating stunt photos

Click here for eating stunt videos

2. Win one of the 8 area Wing Offs

You will attempt to eat as many wings as you possibly can in a 10 minute time period, the person who eats the most wings during this competition will earn a spot in Wing Bowl 17.

Check the schedule below for the list of upcoming Wing Offs!

DATE
LOCATION
ADDRESS
REGISTRATION
EATING




Wednesday
1/7/08
Paddywhacks Irish Sports Pub
150 South St,
Phila, PA, 19147
8-9p
9-11p

Saturday
1/10/08
Slack’s Hoagie Shack
2499 Aramingo ave, Phila, PA,
19125
12p-1p
1p-3p

Wednesday
1/14/08
PJ Whelihan’s
425 Hurffville–Cross Keys Rd,
Sewell, NJ 08080
7p-8p
8p-10p

Thursday
1/15/08
Barnaby’s Aston
5501 Pennell rd Media, PA, 19063
8p-9p
9p-11p

Tuesday
1/20/08
McStew’s Irish Sports Pub
5316 New Falls Rd, Levittown, PA, 19056
8-9p
9-11p

Thursday
1/22/08
Trappe Tavern
416 Main St,
Trappe, PA
19426
8p-9p
9p-11p

All Wing Offs are hosted by WIP`s Hugh Douglas and Marc Farzetta.

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