Twin Peaks Girls Compete in All-Star Bikini Contest

Tember, from Omaha, wins Miss Twin Peaks title

Twin Peaks Restaurants and Bryan Chatlien

On Wednesday, Twin Peaks Girls from across the country competed in the annual All-Star Bikini Contest.

Tember from Omaha won the coveted Miss Twin Peaks title, along with $5,000 and a spread in the 2013 Twin Peaks calendar.

The competition, busting with beautiful girls from across the country, was evaluated by a panel of celebrity judges, including Donnie Nelson, general manager of the Dallas Mavericks; Hilary Kennedy, entertainment columnist and TV host; and Courtney Kerr, featured last season on Bravo’s Most Eligible Dallas.


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“The All-Star Bikini Contest has become a summertime tradition at Twin Peaks,” said Randy DeWitt, Twin Peaks CEO and Co-Founder. “Every year the contest gets bigger and bigger. The Twin Peaks Girls are the stars of the restaurant – confident, beautiful and friendly – and this is a fun, sexy way to showcase their talents.”

The girls were evaluated on confidence, personality, appearance, fitness, and energy.

Congratulations to Tember and all of the Twin Peaks contestants! In addition, congratulations to everyone else who was fortunate enough to attend the contest.

Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville by successful restaurant veterans Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon, Twin Peaks features quality food and ice cold draft beer served by friendly and attractive Twin Peaks Girls in a mountain sports lodge setting.

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