Camp Out for Hunger and Eagles kick off in South Philly

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Philadelphia, PA --  Hundreds of people packed into Preston and Steve's broadcast tent Monday morning in the parking lot of Xfinity Live, gearing up for the Monday Night Football game against the Green Bay Packers, and also in an effort to fight hunger.

The Eagles are 1 and 5 on the road this season, but luckily for birds’ fans, at home, they're undefeated.

The eagles host a mediocre Packers defense which has allowed opponents to score more than 30 points in each of the last four games and more than 40 points in the last two games.

Many people who were down to watch the Preston and Steve morning show said they planned on staying at the sports complex all day.

93.3 WMMR’s The Preston & Steve Show is holding its 19th annual Camp Out for Hunger, benefiting Philabundance. The nation’s largest single-location food drive will feature live broadcasts with guest stars, all gathering to help “can” hunger.

All events are FREE to attend with donation of nonperishable food items. ACME will host a mobile store on site with $10 bags of food to purchase and donate. Donations will be collected from 6 AM until 8 PM each night through Thursday, and until 11 AM on Friday.

Donation Hours:
Mon. 11/28 - Thurs. 12/1: 6am-9pm
Fri. 12/2: 6am-11am