FnB and Noca Create Goofy Promo Video for Upcoming Fried Chicken Throwdown

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Never mind that the Fried Chicken Throwdown scheduled for Sunday, October 21 at Noca is very nearly sold out. The two contenders -- in one corner, Charleen Badman of FnB, and in the other, a possibly reluctant Claudio Urciuoli of Noca -- and their backup men (namely Eliot Wexler of Noca and Pavle Milic of FnB) have made a funny video to promote the event.

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Granted, the premise of the joke is a bit of a chestnut and Wexler plays it broadly, but that's the beauty of the whole thing. It's so corny you have to laugh. And if you haven't made a reservation yet, better do it pronto.

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