Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Here we shoot a Preston & Steve intern with clam chowder.

Here's a video of our Thursday visit to Preston and Steve's 14th annual Campout for Hunger where we fired a cannon full of rancid clam chowder at P&S intern Jake Mattera..

Here we shoot a Preston & Steve intern with clam chowder.

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Here's a video of our Thursday visit to Preston and Steve's 14th annual Campout for Hunger where we fired a cannon full of rancid clam chowder at P&S intern Jake Mattera.. 

The five-day event raked in 576,687 pounds of nonperishable food for Philabundance. The 93.3 WMMR radio hosts lived in a trailer of the Metroplex Shopping Center in Plymouth Meeting and collected food from listeners and companies.

Others to stop by the live broadcasts included: Flyers Claude Giroux and Scott Hartnell; former Flyer John LeClair; Flyers broadcaster Bill Clement, who had his moustache shaved on air; Phillies pitcher Kyle Kendrick; musicians 311, Steel Panther, Eddie Money and John Waite; U.S. Rep. Jon Runyan, Villanova basketball coach Jay Wright and radio icon Jerry Blavat.

Subaru of America provided 250,818 pounds of food and, for being the largest corporate donor, won an upcoming Preston and Steve broadcast from its Cherry Hill offices.

Read more from our column in today's Daily News.


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