Andreann Geise, local Myrtle Beach chef and food sport
competitor, is accepting sponsors for her upcoming participation in the World
food Championship in Dallas in October.
She will compete for the World Sandwich Championship, and category
winners then compete for overall championship. She was a judge for the chili
category at the championship in 2015 and has competed for the past three
Sponsors are invited to contribute any dollar amount or
product related to the competition. Sponsors receive immediate recognition on
social media, continuing weekly mention until the event and daily coverage
during the competition. Included for the sponsor are photos or links to the
product or service. A food item or related product may be considered for use
during the actual event. A patch on the chef jacket or apron also may be supplied
with the top level of sponsorship.
Geise began her food sport with her win on the hometown
favorite episode of Ultimate Recipe Showdown on the Food Network and has since
appeared on the Cooking Channel, Fox Sports South, the Sportsman Table, A &
E Network and Discovery Network. She has shared the stage with celebrity chefs
including Guy Fieri, Aaron McCargo, Jr. and Fabio Viviani. She is a South
Carolina Barbecue Association ambassador, a senior judge and novice instructor.
Her dishes have been served at large events such as NYC
Fashion Week and Bon Appetit Supper club, and she has had many recipes
published in multiple magazines. She has cooked for Cal Ripken Jr., Marilyn
McCoo, Billy Davis Jr, Elise Testone, Mac Arnold, The Bronx Wanderers, Ken Lavigne,
The Movin Out Band and Manhattan transfer as well as for many private parties.
The eighth annual championship event is the largest food
sport tournament hosting hundreds of competitors throughout 10 categories and
awarding more than one million dollars
in total prize money. Television
coverage and social media reaches many countries in addition to the United
Contact Geise via Facebook or email@example.com to
discuss sponsorship details.
Diversity Week at Southern Wesleyan University in Central, South Carolina will feature Anita Prather performing as Aunt Pearlie Sue with a lecture on the African basis of Gullah culture including customs, art and foodways. Meet her at Noon in the dining commons.
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Roslyn Franken, inspirational speaker and author of Meant to Be: A True Story of Might, Miracles and Triumph of the Human Spirit, delivers her multi-media program with the powerful true story of her Jewish parents surviving and finding love against all odds. She is now touring Florida and scheduling throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Upcoming events are
- March 21 at 7pm , West St. Petersburg Community Library at Petersburg College, 6700 Eighth Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL
- April 20 at 7:30 pm at the University of Tampa Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values, 601 Frederic H. Spaulding Dr., Tampa, FL
All events are free and open to the public to attend. Book signings will follow each presentation. Her books are available on Amazon, and a limited number of autographed books are available at the Florida Holocaust Museum gift shop in St. Petersburg, FL.
Personal testimonies from Holocaust and other World War II survivors help to ensure this turning point in human history is not forgotten. By listening to survivors tell their stories, the audience can relate the real-life experiences of these individuals to the history.
The problem is that there are fewer and fewer survivors left to give their testimonies. Also, those still alive often do not want to talk about their past, and others are sometimes unable to tell their story due to physical and/or other health limitations.
Roslyn Franken is carrying the torch for future generations by sharing her parents’ inspiring story of survival, love and triumph through her important work as a professional speaker and author of Meant to Be. Check for her book in libraries and in holocaust museums.
For more information or to schedule Roslyn to speak, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call her agent Liz Mitchell (843)902-4799.
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Juvenile Myositis (JM), including Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JDM) and Juvenile Polymyositis (JPM), is a group of rare and life-threatening autoimmune diseases, in which the body’s immune system attacks its own cells and tissues.
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