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Northwoods Woman Wins National Potato Chip ContestSubmitted: 05/07/2013
Story By Kira Lynne

LAND O'LAKES - A Northwoods woman prepares for a whirlwind of a week.

That's because Land O'Lakes Karen Weber-Mendham won Lay's Potato Chip "Do Us A Flavor" Contest!

The winner was announced Monday night in Los Angeles.

Karen's flavor - Cheesy Garlic Bread - beat out Sriracha and Chicken and Waffles.

Now, Karen is on her way to New York City for numerous events and interviews.

We'll hear from her later this week on Newswatch 12.

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