Announcing Food Tank’s Two-Year Anniversary Celebration

Announcing Food Tank’s Two-Year Anniversary Celebration

I wanted to give all Food Tank readers and supporters special notice that on January 21st, 2015, Food Tank, in partnership with Edible DC and Sustainable America, is holding a very special reception and dinner starting at 5:30PM EST to celebrate Food Tank’s 2nd Anniversary.

Keynote speakers include Washington Post Food and Dining Editor Joe Yonan, Chef Jose Andres, and Farmers Restaurant Group Founding Partner Dan Simons.

The event is being hosted by Fishers, Farmers and Bakers (3000 K Street, NW), which is a relatively new restaurant by the same group that brought us internationally recognized, award-winning Founding Farmers.

Tickets went on sale this morning, and our events always sell out quickly. Purchase your tickets today by clicking HERE.

For those unable to be in Washington DC on January 21st, please forward this email or share with any friends and colleagues who work or live in Washington DC, Maryland, or Virginia.

  • $35 reception ticket [includes one glass of wine/beer/bubbly as well as more than a dozen different delicious appetizers conceived by Senior Executive Chef Joe Goetze]

  • $200 dinner ticket [includes admission to the reception and also an exclusive dinner appetizer, entrée, dessert and wine designed specially for the event by Senior Executive Chef Joe Goetze]

  • $2,500 host committee [includes ten reception and dinner tickets along with your name appearing as a host in event printed, media, online, and social media materials, and a personalized signed copy of The Founding Farmers Cookbook, by Chef Joe Goetze]

IMPORTANT: While tickets last, take advantage of exclusive savings for Food Tank members, those attending the Food Tank Summit, and students (with valid ID). A $50 discount on each dinner ticket [promotion code: “ FTdinner "] and a $10 discount on each reception ticket [promotion code: “ FTreception ”]

To Join Food Tank as a member please Click HERE.

Food Tank is a non-profit 501C3 organization and donations are tax deductible.  

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