Onion ring eating championship announced

| January 28, 2013

COSHOCTON The Riders 4 Relief National Onion Ring Eating Championship presented by The Warehouse Steak n’ Stein is now officially announced.

Riders 4 Relief began as a way for the motorcycle community to come together and show support to those who have dedicated themselves to helping others in a family friendly environment. The day’s line-up includes non-stop entertainment that truly is focused on fun, food and fellowship. Included in the activities is the huge Ride 4 Relief where motorcycles go out on a 75 mile ride through an unforgettable part of Ohio. Children’s events, vendors, a blood drive and several other attractions are planned which lead up to The Riders 4 Relief National Onion Ring Eating Championship Presented by The Warehouse Steak n’ Stein. Auer Ace Hardware made certain that this National Eating Championship included The Warehouse Steak n’ Stein’s World Famous Onion Rings in what will be considered an epic Onion Ring onslaught. Professional and Amateur Competitive Eaters from the local area and from across the country will come together in Historic Roscoe Village not only to devour The Warehouse Steak n’ Stein Onion Rings set before them, but to also prove to the nation who is the food warrior worthy of The National Onion Ring Eating Champion title. Prizes are: First place – $700 and trophy; second place – $500; third place – $200.

Registration for The Riders 4 Relief National Onion Ring Eating Championship Presented by The Warehouse Steak n’ Stein is now open. The limited spaces will fill up fast for this National Eating Championship and you are encouraged to register as soon as possible. E-mail Todd “The Hungry Genius” Greenwald at [email protected] with the following information or to request additional information – you will receive a reply with confirmation, information and instructions: Full Name, Nickname, Hometown, Height, Weight, Address, Phone Number, Email and Eating Accomplishment.

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