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OKLAHOMA – Genghis Grill, a build-your-own stir-fry restaurant concept, announces the 105 Khantestants for its 4th Annual Health Kwest.

Challenging its fans to adopt a healthier, more active lifestyle, the trend-setting chain launched its annual campaign in January with a 30-day application and selection process.  One “Khantestant” was chosen by each of the chain’s 105 U.S. restaurants to enjoy a healthy meal at Genghis Grill every day for 60 days, for free, in an effort to lose weight, get fit, and quite possibly, win $10,000.

Andrea Cusack and Alonso Portillo of OKC were selected by the Genghis Grill to represent the restaurant in the nationwide Health Kwest Challenge.

During the competition, the khantestants will receive exercise and nutrition tips from Genghis Grill, along with recipe suggestions for building healthy stir-fry meals using the fresh, nutritious ingredients found at every location.

In addition to eating a delicious, healthy bowl every day for free during the competition, every khantestant will chronicle their own personal “Health Kwest” through social media including Facebook check-ins, Instagram shots and YouTube videos that also earn them points in the competition.

In mid-April, the grand prize winner will be awarded based on his or her percentage of weight lost and social media points earned. Additional prizes will be given for social media creativity and audience appeal.