Cops and firefighters have long had a friendly and… competitive relationship. Recently, the Boone Police Department has laid down a challenge- a waffle eating challenge. The event will take place Thursday May 7, 2015, at 9 am, at the Waffle House in Boone.
The Boone Police Department is fundraising for Special Olympics North Carolina. Boone Fire will be raising money for the NC Firefighters’ Burned Children Fund.
All of us are very excited to team up with the Waffle House and Boone Fire to raise money and awareness for our respective causes. Our goal is to host a fun event, at least for the spectators, and allow Boone residents to interact with their public servants. We are hopeful that many in the community will come out to support this event.
Captain Andy Le Beau – Boone Police Department
This is a great opportunity for some friendly competition with our fellow public servants while raising money for two great causes.
Captain Amy Flieg – Boone Fire Department
Thursday May 7, 2015 at 9 am
Waffle House 881 Blowing Rock Road in Boone
Four on Four teams will face off to see who can put away the most waffles in 15 minutes
Ways you can support:
Come to the event and eat breakfast- Waffle House will donate a percentage of the proceeds to the NC Firefighters’ Burned Children Fund and Special Olympics North
- Carolina. Plus, Waffle House will donate $5 for every waffle that the police and firefighters can eat. During the event, overflow parking will be provided by Holton Management @ 895 Blowing Rock Road, located next door to the Waffle House.
- Buy a coupon book- Waffle House has provided coupon books with approximately $25 of food coupons. The coupon books are available for $5 at the Waffle House or the Boone Police Department from now until the date of the event.
- Purchase an ICON for $1 at the Waffle House to stick on their wall to show your support to the Police or Fire team.