Radio West | Jun 20, 2013 | 7:27

The Dish: Swankies Gourmet Hot Dogs

A new gourmet hot dog restaurant has opened up in Kelowna. Swankies opened its doors nearly two months ago. Rebecca sat down with owner Benny Cramb to find out more.

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