3rd Annual Scrappy's Chicken Wing Contest Set For March 24

Friday, February 23, 2018

The Third Annual Scrappy's Chicken Wing Contest is March 24 at Finley Stadium in conjunction with the UTC Spring Football Game. 

The area's best chicken wing cooks will be competing for cash prizes and bragging rights.  Always a fan favorite, the contest brings out a big crowd.

"This is a great event to start Chattanooga's food competition season," Steve Ray of Owls Nest BBQ said.

"It's lots of fun, real competitive and the best part is lots of chicken wings."

The event is produced by the UTC Athletic Department.  There are still spots available and entry is free.  Contact the UTC Sports Department at 425-2257 to enter.


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