Daniel Cummings Defends 911 Chili Cook-Off Title

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Daniel Cummings Defends 911 Chili Cook-Off Title

Sergeant Daniel Cummings representing the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office defends his 911 Chili Cook-Off title on Saturday.

Cummings swept top honors in last year’s inaugural event winning both the People’s Choice AND the Director’s Choice Awards. He utilized a secret recipe to concoct his winning Pork Chipotle chili.

Sgt. Cummings is back in 2017 poised to defend his title in this year’s 911 Chili Cook-Off.

Daniel Cummings Defends 911 Chili Cook-Off Title

He will face a strong field of chefs representing every law enforcement, fire department, and emergency response agency in Cullman County. Each organization has been offered the chance to prepare and serve their most tasty and coveted chili recipes to the general public.

Over 20 different departments are expected to compete.

Each bowl will be served for the incredibly low price of $1.00.

In this pre-911 Cook-Off cooking demonstration from an undisclosed location in western Cullman county, Sergeant Cummings provides the secret details of his winning Pork Chipotle chili recipe from 2016, walks you through exactly how you too can make your own version of his award-winning chili. He also plugs the 2017 event like a top game show host:

Daniel Cummings Defends 911 Chili Cook-Off Title

Proceeds from the 2017 911 Chili Cook-Off will go to support the challenging medical and travel expenses being racked up by Jeff and Heather Byars as they seek a cure for their daughter, Claire. Claire is also the granddaughter of Cullman EMS paramedic, Melanie Jones.

Cullman Emergency Medical Services – host of the 911 Chili Cook-Off – and their Director James Curtis is ready to go on Saturday as well:

“We have invited every fire department and law enforcement agency to bring a team with their best chili. We hope to have a good crowd come out and show their support for our local first responders.”

Awards to the chili cooking agencies will be given for first, second and third place. A variety of door prizes will be given out during the event.
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Daniel Cummings Defends 911 Chili Cook-Off Title

911 Chili Cook-Off 2017 Details

Saturday, February 25, 2017
11:00 am to 2:00 pm
CEMS Ambulance Service, 601 Second Avenue SW, Cullman, AL, 35055 (across the street from Cullman County Courthouse)

Cost: $1.00 per bowl

Question? Want To register A Team? Contact Dawn Holmes: dawn.holmes@crmchospital.com


About Cullman Emergency Medical Services (CEMS)

The first few minutes in an emergency situation can be critical. That’s why CEMS Paramedics and EMTs are certified and trained to deal with complicated medical emergencies. Cullman Emergency Medical Services is 24-Hour Ambulance Service that has been serving Cullman County Since 1970.

• E-911 Medical Provider
• 24 full-time & 21 part-time Paramedics
• Five trained and Certified Dispatchers/EMTs
• 12 Ambulances. All have advanced life support capability.
• All ambulances equipped with 12-lead EKG Technology, which transmits directly to the ER Physicians for Real-time results
• Two Rescue Trucks with the “Jaws of Life” Equipment
• Two Polaris Ranger UTV which allow the CEMS Ambulance Services to better aid with rescue efforts in our community
• All Personnel has State of Alabama credentials, which means no delay for physician orders in critical situations.
• Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Telephone: 9-1-1 or (256) 734-1524

Daniel Cummings Defends 911 Chili Cook-Off Title
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