Two San Diego County Chick-fil-A restaurant operators Wednesday announced a friendly wager based on the outcome of the annual Army vs. Navy college football game on Dec. 8.
It’s the second consecutive year that Chick-fil-A Santee operator Kyle Steck and Chick-fil-A Grossmont operator Rick Preciado have made a wager. Steck is a U.S. Naval Academy graduate while Preciado graduated from the Army’s U.S. Military Academy.
“This annual friendly wager is always a lot of fun, especially for our guests and the fans of both teams,” Steck said.
The loser of the wager must wear the winning team’s apparel and do push-ups at the winner’s restaurant. The total number of points scored will be the required number of push-ups, according to the two restaurant operators.
“I am hoping to be the victor for a second time, especially because Army is having a good season this year, but this ultimately is all about finding common ground in this annual rivalry game,” Preciado said.
Steck served on two Navy ships and retired as a lieutenant in 2011. Preciado spent time in South Korea during his active-duty service and retired as a captain.
The Black Knights have a 9-2 record this season, while the Midshipmen sit at 3-9.
— City News Service
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