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First ever man vs pig poutine eating contest

Monday, August 11, 2014   by: SooToday.com Staff

NEWS RELEASE

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

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It was a beautiful day under the Roberta Bondar tent with nearly a thousand people lined up throughout the afternoon to grab a traditional free poutine loaded with cheese curds and gravy.

Families were entertained by professional competitive eaters – Furious Pete (Peter Czerwinski), Deep Dish (Pat Bertoletti) and Gravy (Tim Brown), and our friendly four legged friends – the amazing pigs.  

The crowd cheered as the event started with a face off in the Man vs Beast event.

The eaters and pigs had five minutes to see who could eat the most amount of poutine. 

“It was clear who the favourite contender was and when the pigs won, the kids squealed with laughter and excitement” said Farrukh Khan, Event Planning and Marketing Assistant for Habitat for Humanity Sault Ste. Marie and Area.

“We were so excited to hear from Paul when he called to say that our organization was chosen to help raise funds for our Core Build Program for our upcoming build next spring” Khan said.

Other events included a three way poutine eating challenge amongst the kids and a push up competition with Furious Pete.

“A huge thank you from all of us at Smoke's Poutinerie to the 1000 + people who came out and had a blast with us yesterday! You not only helped us create a great atmosphere but helped us raise some money for Habitat for Humanity. So thank you and keep rockin'!” said Paul Fowler, Franchise owner of local Smoke’s Poutinerie.

Every donation to Habitat helps to raise funds for our Core build program, allowing us to partner with more hardworking local families in need of safe, decent, affordable housing.

Studies show that Habitat Partner Families show improved outcomes in a variety of key quality of life indicators including overall health and happiness of the family, children’s academic performance and confidence and greater engagement with their community.

Thank you to Smoke’s Poutinerie and to all who attended for choosing to support the work of Habitat in our community by donating to our Core Build program.

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