Do you want a Utah celebrity to wake you up next week? Here's your chance.
A slate of celebrities -- several of them with Utah connections -- are signed up to provide wake-up calls on Tuesday, Feb. 28, as part of IHOP's "National Pancake Day" promotion.
The Utah celebs involved include singer Marie Osmond, "American Idol" finalist David Archuleta (pictured) and Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young. (Others on the list: Actor John Schneider, singer Jordin Sparks, Disney XD star Brendan Meyer, "Twilight" saga co-star Boo Boo Stewart, and Miss America 2012 Laura Kaeppeler.)
You can submit your request online for the wake-up call -- which is part of IHOP's promotion, where patrons get free short stacks of pancakes and are asked to donate to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
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