Let the Eat Local Challenge fundraising begin!

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Fundraising for Slow Food Denver’s Eat Local Challenge is about to begin!

Becoming part of the Eat Local Challenge is SUPER easy. All you have to do is:
1)Choose your challenge level
2) Sign up and create your supporter page
3) Spread the word to your family and friends and invite them to join you or support you
4) Get access to awesome resources and get connected with the local food community
5) Win cool stuff as you raise money in support of Slow Food Denver
6) Have fun and enjoy some of the best food you’ve ever eaten!

For more information check out the Eat Local Challenge page on the Slow Food Denver Website!

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