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Nathan's Famous Brings Coney Island to Boys & Girls Club

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Nathan’s Famous recently took the kids at the Clarence Fraim Boys & Girls Club on a exciting trip to Coney Island—without ever leaving Wilmington.

In a surprise event for the children, Nathan’s Famous brought its Premium Beef Hot Dogs and set up pop-a-shot, skee-ball, a miniature carousel, a fortune-teller coupon machine and a two-story slide as part of its Ready. Set. PLAY. initiative, a partnership created with KaBOOM! in 2014. Kids also had the chance to simulate a spin around the Monster Mile in the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Ford. Nathan’s Famous didn’t limit its surprises for the youngsters—the restaurant gave the Club’s executive director, Rachel Kane, a $1,000 ACME gift card to use for groceries at the Club.


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