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Win a place at Fair Food Scramble 2011

It's on. Tell me why you need to be at this year's SCRAMBLE!

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Congrats Jarrod, Yayo, Susan, Mike and Danielle

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You know the drill by now…it’s the Fair Food Scramble Contest in which BiteClub takes five lucky winners (consider yourself a sort of Charlie Bucket, Veruca Salt, etc.) to the Sonoma County Fair, scramble for all the delicious goodness that our midway can offer. Yes, we’re a little late this year, but all the better to plan.

THE EVENT TAKES PLACE TUESDAY, AUGUST 2 at 12:30 PM. So make sure you can get off work, taking care of kids, etc.

From Pasta King to turkey legs, corn dogs, barbecue and beyond, we’ll snatch up whatever goodies we can find, bring it all back to our special reserve tables and feast like the true epicures we really are. (See pix of last year’s scramble)

You should see the looks of wanton jealousy we attract.

So how do you get to participate? Flattery is always good, but to really win my heart, your best bet is to convince me that you’re the ideal candidate. How much do you love fair food? Tell me some special memories. Write a poem. Be creative. Extol your eating virtues, but most of all, be you. THIS YEAR, I’m especially interested in specialists for FRIED FOODS, BEVERAGES, MEAT and ETHNIC FOODS.

Leave your thoughts below, and five winners will be selected on MONDAY MORNING (8/1) . You’ll get the details on our funtabulous food fest, but make sure you can be available around 12:30 to about 2PM on Tuesday, AUGUST 2. (I’ll call your boss if you need me to. Cause dang it, this is really more important that whatever you’re doing at work.)

You also need to be fun and willing to share you food. Otherwise, we’ll make you sit alone. No whiners. No changies. No dramarama. Or again, we make you sit alone and make fun of you.

Make sure you leave a good email address when you post, cause I’ll be alerting folks around 10m on Monday, and i’ll need to hear from you by 3pm or we move on. Life moves fast, baby.

Good luck! (full rules)

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