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Compete in the Curley’s Fry Eating Competition!

On Saturday, May 28th, Morey’s Piers and Beachfront Waterparks hosts its 2nd Annual Curley Fry Festival where amateur eaters and food enthusiasts can compete in Curley’s Fry Eating Competition for a chance at the Grand Prize of $500. My stomach can only hold half of a bucket per week, but if any of you Biters want to challenge yourselves to see how many 1lb buckets you can eat in 10 minutes, I’ve got the details!

Morey’s Piers is holding a video contest to chose contestants. Interested eaters should upload a short video (under 3 minutes) through the Morey’s Piers Facebook page showing why they want a seat in the Curley’s Fry Eating Competition. Videos will be accepted until May 11th. Morey’s Piers will select finalists and then submit the finalists’ videos for a public vote.

Each winner will receive 4 event wristbands for Morey’s Piers valid only May 28th, 2011 and one seat in the Curley’s Fry Eating Contest on May 28th, 2011 with a chance at the Grand Prize of $500. Do you have the “guts” to be the Curley’s Fry Eating Champion! Click here for more info, rules and regulations.

Morey’s Piers and Beachfront Waterparks
3501 Boardwalk
Wildwood, NJ 08260

(609) 729-3700

Alison Heller is the Jersey Bites Cape May County Regional Editor. She also writes for Examiner.com and TrendHunter.com. She grew up on the beach in Wildwood Crest and currently works in advertising. After earning her Master of Fine Arts in English and Creative Writing in New York City (a place that was essentially Food Rehab), she stopped putting ketchup on everything and started experimenting with flavors. She loves sushi and cupcakes, sushi that looks like cupcakes, but never cupcakes that look like sushi. www.superalzy.com

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