INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - It's all about raising awareness and funds for a cause.
Large crowds were drawn at the Salvation Army's third annual Red Kettle Cookout on Monument Circle Thursday.
Attendants were able to sample burgers and hotdogs with all proceeds donated to Salvation Army's summer camp program, which provides a safe, education experience for hundreds of children. Kroger, Two Men and A Truck and Indiana Members Credit Union supplied the food.
WISH-TV participated in the event's Media Grill-Off and unveiled a secret burger recipe – the Cheetos chili-cheeseburger
Vote for your favorite Media Team by purchasing their burger. The celebrities start grilling at 11am.
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