Iowa couple first to marry at Vegas Denny’s chapel
Couple marries at Las Vegas Denny’s
LAS VEGAS (AP) — An Iowa couple has become the first to get married at the Denny’s wedding chapel in Las Vegas.
Nancy Levandowski and Steve Keller tied the knot Wednesday evening, while some well-wishers sat in booths and restaurant patrons ate dinner nearby.
The 53-year-old bride is the food service director at Iowa State University in Ames, while her 54-year-old husband is a salesman for a food company.
Nancy Levandowski says she often ate at Denny’s restaurants during college, while Keller says he frequents the 24-hour pancake house while traveling.
Ceremonies at the chapel start at $95, which includes Denny’s T-shirts and a Pancake Puppies wedding cake.
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