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Gunpowder Lodge owner and soccer whisperer Danny Santoro hosts Nestor for MD Crab Cake Tour and World Cup preview

Gunpowder Lodge owner and soccer whisperer Danny Santoro hosts Nestor for MD Crab Cake Tour and World Cup preview

For the love of soccer and country

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour made a stop at Gunpowder Lodge for a catch-up between owner and former soccer star Danny Santoro and Nestor about all things local, the feet of Pete Caringi and Sonny Askew and finding space in Kingsville for a legit United States and World Cup celebration during Thanksgiving week to support the red, white and blue.
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