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WAFFLE HOUSE® RESTAURANTS AND LPGA PRO BROOKE PANCAKE BEGIN SEASON WITH CHARITY AUCTION 

(NORCROSS, GA, January 26, 2016) – Waffle House® restaurants and pro golfer Brooke Pancake are kicking off the 2016 LPGA season with a charity auction benefitting Siskin Children’s Institute of Chattanooga, Tenn. Auction items include Brooke’s 2015 Waffle House themed golf bags plus a round of golf for the winner and a guest with Brooke. Fans can begin bidding today, January 26th with the winning bids determined on Sunday February 14th. “We are looking forward to the second year of our partnership with Brooke,? says Waffle House President and CEO Walt Ehmer. “The energy she brings to her game, and the desire she has to help others makes her a great addition to the Waffle House family.? 

All proceeds from the auction benefit Siskin Children’s Institute. Siskin Children’s Institute achieves its mission through education, pediatric healthcare services, home & community-based programs and outreach services in the field of developmental disabilities. "I have grown up witnessing the amazing love, care, and support that Siskin has provided to special needs children and their families,? says Pancake. “I have such a passion for kids and feel so blessed to have a platform through golf to bring recognition for the great things Siskin is doing.? To view and bid on items, visit www.charitybuzz.com/wafflehouse.

About Waffle House® restaurants
Headquartered in Norcross, GA, Waffle House® restaurants 
have been serving Good Food Fast® since 1955. Today the Waffle House system operates more than 1,750 restaurants in 25 states and is the world’s leading server of waffles, T-bone steaks, hashbrowns, cheese ‘n eggs, country ham, pork chops, and grits. 

About Siskin Children’s Institute
Founded in 1950, Siskin Children’s Institute, a non-profit organization, achieves its mission locally and nationally through four initiatives: education, outreach, health care and home visiting. The Institute provides early childhood education where children with and without disabilities learn together; family support and professional development programs; developmental pediatric health care; home and community based early intervention. For more information about Siskin Children's Institute, visit siskin.org.