Wednesday, July 29, 2015

How fast can you eat this?

New Wayback Burger location will host a Triple Triple Burger eating contest. Basically, competitors will be clocked in how fast they can put away one of these nine-burger sandwiches.

How fast can you eat this?

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Triple Triple from Wayback Burgers.
Triple Triple from Wayback Burgers.

From today through Sunday, May 18, the new Wayback Burgers of Newtown (202 S. Newtown Street Rd., Newtown Square) will mark its Burger Bash weekend, starting with $3.49 Wayback Classic Burgers all day, Triple Triple Burger eating contests, and raffle prizes.

Saturday afternoon, you (or maybe not you) can participate in a Triple Triple Burger eating contest. Basically, competitors will be clocked how fast they can house one of these nine-burger sandwiches.

Yes, nine burgers.

Or, to put it more succinctly, 1,980 calories and 117 grams of fat.

The company says the record - 30 seconds - was set at a location in the Philadelphia area.

Talk about fast food.

The winner’s prize is a free Burger of the Month for a year.

Sunday, May 18, the company will award raffle prizes, including an iPad Mini.

At 3 p.m. Sunday, the Triple Triple winner will be announced.

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