Remember “the Soup Nazi” on Seinfeld? Larry Thomas who gained fame as a recurring Seinfeld character will host a “Soup Off” in Dayton on Friday, October 29th from 5:30 – 8:30pm at the Doubletree Guest Suites, across from the Dayton Mall. All proceeds from this event will be used to benefit the work of A Doctor’s Heart, Inc.
Area restaurants like Brio Tuscan Grill, C’est Tout a Bistro, Chef Rahn – Artizan Bread, Jay’s Seafood, DoubleTree, Bullwinkle’s Top Hat Bistro, Amber Rose Catering and Restaurant, L’Auberge and Christopher’s Restaurant and Catering are among the local eateries that will be providing soups. The Doubletree Hotel in Miamisburg is donating the complete use of their banquet facilities, kitchen, and serving personnel.
Your $12 donation will not only get you to a great evening of fun and a complete soup dinner. More importantly it will allow A Doctor’s Heart to fund fish farms, clean water wells and missionary housing in remote areas of the Amazon River basin. The goal is to have 400-600 people attend and join in helping improve the lives and health of these deserving people. Remember, this is a fund-raiser. Feel free to donate much more than $12!!
“Soup Off” attendees will be treated to screams of “No Soup For You!” as the Soup Nazi bangs his ladle and serves as judge and jury for best soup in a “Soup Off”. Who better to judge a fabulous selection of soups contributed by area restaurants and friends than the Soup Nazi! As an added treat, autographed ladles and pictures with Larry will be available for a modest additional donation.
Cash Bar, door prizes, a variety of soups and lots of laughs will be available from 5:30 – 8:30 in the Main Lobby, Lobby Bar, Patio and Ohio Room at the Doubletree in Miamisburg. Please park next door at Cub Foods, and enter through the Doubletree’s Main Entrance. Enjoy the entertainment and a complete soup dinner for a $12 donation. For ticket information call 937-912-9459 or 850-567-6451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“A Doctor’s Heart is a small group doing very large work in the Amazon River Basin,” said Larry Thomas at a media event recently. “Every dollar they raise will be spent on medicine and eye glasses, wells, and houses for Missionaries serving the native tribes of the Amazon River Basin.”