Gold Eagle Casino celebrates National Hot Dog Day with first Hot Dog Eating Championship and BBQ

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Gold Eagle Casino celebrates National Hot Dog Day with first Hot Dog Eating Championship and BBQ

July 10, 2019 – North Battleford, SK – Competitors are gearing up to chow down at Gold Eagle Casino’s first ever Hot Dog Eating Championship! Gold Eagle is hosting the eating championship and hot dog BBQ to celebrate National Hot Dog Day with the food catered by local meat shop B & D Meats.

We strive to host a wide variety of exciting and entertaining events for our guests,’ said Kelly Atcheynum, General Manager, Gold Eagle Casino. ‘This new hot dog eating championship is just one example of this, all the while getting donations that’ll support The Lighthouse in the Battlefords. Spectators are welcome to attend.

The National Hot Dog Day celebration is next Wednesday, July 17. The Hot Dog Eating Championship will kick things off at 12:30 p.m. with the BBQ to follow in the parking lot of the Gold Eagle Casino, in the tents next to the main entrance doors. Show us your Players Club card and enjoy the free hot dog BBQ.

Registered contestants will show off their competitive eating skills to compete for a total of $1,000 in cash prizes. They will have five minutes to consume as many hot dogs as they can and the top three contestants will be paid out. First place receives $500, second place receives $300, and third place receives $200.

All seats in the hot dog eating championship are filled; however, there is lots of room for spectators and an opportunity to support a good cause. Gold Eagle will donate proceeds from the event to The Lighthouse Supported Living serving the Battlefords, and a donation table will also be set up on site for community support. Participating competitors are also asked to bring two non-perishable food items.

For more information visit http://goldeaglecasino.ca. Gold Eagle Casino, one of seven casinos owned and operated by SIGA, is open from 9 a.m. daily and is located in North Battleford, Saskatchewan.

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