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One woman's campaign to save the salmon spring roll

They're back on Iron Hill's menu, thanks to her.

One woman's campaign to save the salmon spring roll

Iron Hill had a salmon spring roll on its menu for years, but in a menu change six months ago, it came off.

Nina Malone, who lives in Exton, started a twitter campaign called "Save the Salmon Rolls." Iron Hill co-owner Kevin Finn caved, and it's said that partly due to Malone's diligence, the salmon rolls are coming back.

Get to the Iron Hill in West Chester before 7 p.m. today (Thursday, Sept. 22) for a tweet-up.

The first 10 people who find Malone and say "I want to be a Salmon Spring Roll Stalker" will get a $25 Iron Hill comp card.

Malone blogged about her campaign here.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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