The National Collegiate Competitive Eating Association Encourages College Students To Begin "Eating For Education"

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The National Collegiate Competitive Eating Association plans to revolutionize collegiate competitive eating with scholarship prizes at all NCCEA sanctioned events and competitions. College students now have a safe and exciting way to compete for sponsored scholarship prizes that assist with educational college credit costs and earn state, regional and national championship titles.

The NCCEA was developed to sanction and govern collegiate competitive eating events and competitions that allow college students to compete for scholarship prizes...

The National Collegiate Competitive Eating Association ("The NCCEA") has created a revolutionary way for collegiate students to battle each other in the sport of competitive eating with scholarship prizes up for grabs. The NCCEA (http://www.TheNCCEA.com) has quickly become the Nation's foremost authority on collegiate competitive eating and has expressed a deep passion and interest in the college students throughout the country. That passion created the "Eating for Education" system that provides a partnership between The NCCEA, it's Sponsors and the college students competing in events and competitions. The winners of NCCEA sanctioned events and competitions are awarded educational scholarship that go directly towards costs related to education expenses.

The National Collegiate Competitive Eating Association was created from the partnership of Todd "The Hungry Genius" Greenwald, Dave "Coondog" O'Karma and Arnie "Chowhound" Chapman. With titles like "Commissioner of Consumption", "Dean of Cuisine" and "Eater Emeritus", it's obvious that not only do they take competitive eating seriously but they have also established the sports entertainment value of the competitive eating brand that the trio has developed. The NCCEA's Board of Directors has over 50 years combined of competitive eating experience as both competitors, promoters and event development. In addition, O'Karma and Chowhound have held various competitive eating records. The experience obtained through years of competitive eating along with the business and marketing development that The NCCEA founders have been involved with is sure to provide a safe and exciting venue for college students to fight for some of the Nation's top titles, bragging rights and scholarship prizes available today. The National Collegiate Competitive Eating Association values the possibility for achievement that each college student possesses and their committment to both the NCCEA Sponsors and the Nation's college students allows a way to invest in those possibilities.

The NCCEA was developed to sanction and govern collegiate competitive eating events and competitions that allow college students to compete for scholarship prizes that are provided by The NCCEA Sponsors. These events and competitions are planned to be held on major college campuses throughout the Nation. News and updates on these events and competitions will be announced and updated on The National Collegiate Eating Association's web-site. The NCCEA has made it clear that the health and safety of the college students participating in sanctioned competitions is of utmost importance and information on the Student Eater experience can be found online - http://www.thenccea.com/student_eater_experience.html

The National Collegiate Competitive Eating Association has created a radical way for college students to satisfy their hunger for competition, their thirst for educational scholarships and their actual hunger and thirst!

Founded in 2011, The National Collegiate Competitive Eating Association is the nation's leading sanctioning body of Collegiate Competitive Eating. The NCCEA and their Sponsors are committed to providing safe and fair Collegiate Competitive Eating events and competitions that award scholarship prizes to the winners. The National Collegiate Competitive Eating Association has developed the highest standards and ethics that provide a model to their participants, audience and Sponsors.

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