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This Restaurant Gives One Free Tow if You Beat This Food Challenge!

There are a lot of food challenges out there, and that means a lot of prizes that go with them. Some restaurants feature a t-shirt, a free meal, and the glory of being featured on their Wall of Fame. But what if I told you that there is one restaurant that includes a free local tow as a prize if their food challenge is beaten?

 

The Algood Diner in Algood, Tennessee, features a food challenge called the "Rush Tow Truck Burger Challenge." The challenge is sponsored by Rush Towing, a tow truck company based in Tennessee. The sponsorship includes one free local tow as part of the prize package for those who finish the restaurant's giant burger challenge. How about that for a prize?

 


 

Eli Lessig (A guy named Eli) recently visited the restaurant and took on this massive challenge. Eli also mentions in his video that the challenge is available on Fridays at Noon. The challenge consists of a giant cheeseburger with bacon and a lot of vegetables. There is also a side of fries and tater tots.


There is a time limit of 40 minutes. Winners get the meal for free, a t-shirt, a $50 gift card, and a free local tow. They also go up on the restaurant's Wall of Fame.


If you happen to lose, you have to go up on the restaurant's Wall of Shame and pay the restaurant $30.

 

This food challenge seems relatively new as of a few months ago. It is very unique with its local towing prize, and it will be interesting to see how many more attempts (and possibly free tows) will arise in the future. Until then, I'm going to grab a burger!

 

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DISCLAIMER: The content and challenges listed in this article are for informational purposes only. Do your own research and exercise caution if you are thinking about attempting a food challenge or eating contest (including spicy food challenges and eating contests). It is at your own risk.

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