Burger Fest proceeds help others - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Burger Fest proceeds help others

(WMC-TV) - Hundreds flocked to a popular Memphis festival Sunday afternoon.

Dozens of competitors were eager to participate in the second annual Best Memphis Burger Fest.

While many participants classified the event as 'fun', one organizer wished to remind people the festival also benefits others.

"Best Memphis Burger Fest is benefiting (the) Mid-South Spay and neuter services. We love them, we love dogs and cats, and we want to control the population in the city. We're just happy to give them some of our proceeds at the end of the day," stated Seth Agranov.

Eating contests, games, and live music were also present at the attraction.

The results are expected to be available online shortly. Click here to see who won which competition: http://www.bestmemphisburgerfest.com/

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