When you love something, it's important to show it. And according to the Bangor Daily News, two men plan to show their love for one of Maine's most famous pizza chains, Pat's Pizza, by visiting each of the 16 locations over the course of 24 hours. That's true love.


The two, ambitious men are Matt Clark and Matt Grondin. They became fast friends while attending the University of Maine in Orono, and bonded over their love of Pat's Pizza. Ironically, Orono was the birthplace of Pat's, with the very first location opening back in 1931. Now, that Orono location will become one of 17 stops on a 24 hour marathon that the men hope will conclude in them visiting every Pat's Pizza location in all corners of the state.

But is it even possible? Their journey will kick off this Friday night at the Presque Isle location right before close. They'll gas up the car and catch a few winks before heading downeast to Machias. Bar Harbor and Ellsworth will follow, before a trip through the central Maine locations including Holden, Milo, Dover-Foxcroft, Lincoln, Hampden and Orono. They'll hit the highway in hopes of making great time to the southern Maine locations including Auburn, Brunswick, Windham, Yarmouth, Scarborough and Portland.

So can they do it? We'll know by the end of this weekend.

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