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And the Winner of the Krystal Burger Eating Competition Seat Is...

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Thank you to everyone who entered to win a seat at the totally awesome Krystal Burger Eating Competition at the Riverwalk Trust Burger Battle this Friday evening.

The winner of a place in the competition and the eater who will represent Clean Plate Charlie and take us to glorious food victory is Ryan Thiry of Cooper City.

Ryan correctly answered our question as to how many drink tickets are included in a general admission ticket (the answer is three). He also told us that he "dominates food and that his nickname is 'Man vs. Food.'" Ryan will be notified via email with complete contest rules.

We've also given two randomly selected runner-ups two tickets each to the Burger Battle so they can sample some awesome burgers and cheer Ryan on to victory! They''ll also be notified via email.

Stay tuned to Clean Plate Charlie, because you never know when we'll have our next giveaway!

 

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