Clarksville, TN – Wednesday afternoon, Cynthia Sueiro of G’s Pancake House made a $1,625 donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters. The money was raised during the recent Triple Nickle Pancake Challenge Throwdown held at the Riverside G’s Pancake House last month where four competitors attempted to be the first to set the record.
Each contestant had five 16 inch pancakes, five strips of bacon and five scrambled eggs totaling 10 lbs. The goal was to be the last one with the least amount left on their plate in just one hour.
The four contestants include Matthew Milano, Joshua Morrison, Janeé Vaughn & Jonathon Clemens who was declaired the winner in the first ever Triple Nickle Pancake Challenge Throwdown. There were lots of prizes including a Blu-Ray DVD player, $100.00 cash, Freedom Deli gift cards and a gift certificate from the SSF Submission Academy for FREE training. Jobathon Clemens will be the first to have his photo posted to the G’s Wall of Fame. Everyone recieved a medal for their partisipation in the event.
Word is there will be another Triple Nickle Pancake Challenge Throwdown coming to the Riverside Drive location in May. Be sure to watch for details of this event. In the mean time the challenge is out. If you go into any of G’s Pancake House locations and order the Triple Nicle Challenge and finnish everything on your plate, it’s FREE and you get your photo on the G’s Wall of Fame.