Miss America talks about National Pancake Day

Miss America talks about National Pancake Day

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Good Day's Karen Graham and Mallory Hagan. Good Day's Karen Graham and Mallory Hagan.
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ATLANTA -

Miss America, Mallory Hagan, was in Atlanta on Tuesday. She visited the IHOP on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard to promote the upcoming National Pancake Day and raise money for a good cause.

The purpose is to raise $3 million on Feb. 5, with all proceeds going to the Children's Miracle Network. IHOP will offer customers free short stacks on Feb. 5; however, donations will be requested as well.

Hagan stopped by Good Day Atlanta on Wednesday to talk about her visit, National Pancake Day and the Children's Miracle Network.

Click the video above to watch Mallory's interview with Good Day's Karen Graham!

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