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Neighbors Jewish Slider celebration at Chompie’s


The 2nd Annual Ultimate Slider Celebration will be held Wed., July 20 at Chompie’s, Arizona’s New York Deli with locations near the Chandler Fashion Center, in Tempe, Scottsdale and Phoenix.


Jewish Sliders, normally $3.99 each, will be offered for 99 cents that day to thank customers for their support over the past 32 years. They’re available for dine-in customers from 11 a.m. to close or while supplies last. A year ago, the first 99-cent Jewish Slider event at Chompie’s coincided with the premiere of the Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food” season three “Phoenix” episode, which featured the sliders in Chompie’s Ultimate Slider Challenge: to finish a massive five-pound plate of 12 Jewish Sliders and a mountain of onion strings in 30 minutes or less. The show’s host, Adam Richman, attempted but failed at the challenge. Only five people have succeeded so far, earning a place on the Wall of Fame on Chompie’s website and the restaurants.


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ALMOST: The Travel Channel’s host of “Man v. Food,” Adam Richman, tried to eat a five-pound plate of Jewish Sliders last year, resulting in an annual celebration of the Chompie’s restaurant specialty, this year on July 20.


Chompie’s Jewish Slider consists of a fresh-baked mini challah roll, filled with moist lean brisket, a crisp made- from-scratch mini potato pancake, Jack cheese and brown gravy.


“Economic times have been tough for everyone, and we wanted to thank our customers for their continued support with an incredible deal,” says Wendy Tucker, an owner of Chompie’s restaurants. “We also thought it would be fun


for them to try what Adam ate on the show. Customers loved the deal and the sliders, so we decided to make it an annual customer appreciation event. Chompie’s owners will be there to personally thank customers.” At every Chompie’s, customers can also view a wall photo of Richman and the sliders. Chompie’s delicatessen, restaurant, bagel factory, bakery and caterer has served the Valley since 1979 with breakfast all day, lunch and dinner seven days a week. All Chompie’s restaurants are individually owned and operated. The Chandler Chompie’s is located at 3481 W. Frye Rd. in the Chandler Village Center. Chompie’s full dining menu will also be available, and more details about the one-day offer are at www.chompies.com.


July 2 - 15, 2011 Women learn self-defense for free


A free two-hour women’s self-defense class is offered to area women ages 13 years and older from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri., July 8 at Z-Ultimate Self-Defense Studios in Chandler.


The hands-on class will teach basic, effective self- defense techniques with a focus on environment, awareness and action. No previous self-defense training is required. Women of all physical fitness levels are welcome. Guests should dress appropriately and be prepared to sweat, smile and learn. RSVPs are required. Z-Ultimate Self-Defense Studios is located at 4991 S. Alma School Rd., Suite 6 in Chandler. To reserve a spot, contact Brad or Kim at 480-895-4466 or chandler@zultimate.com, or visit www.zultimate.com.


SanTan Honda celebrates Christmas in July


SanTan Honda Superstore celebrates both the spirit of independence and giving with its Christmas in July Food Drive supporting the United Food Bank of Arizona. Nonperishable food donations are being accepted for the entire month of July, and can be dropped at in the store’s showroom or at the Service Drive. SanTan Honda also performs a free Pit Stop for anyone making a donation at the Service Drive, checking tire pressure, topping off fluids and visually inspecting vehicles.


SanTan Honda is located at 1150 S. Gilbert Rd. in Chandler. For more information, contact Angela Thomas at 480-285-2829 or visit www.santanhonda.com.


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