Plate by Plate 2015 Ticket Giveaway
[UPDATE 2015-07-10: Well it looks like we had our lowest turnout yet, with only 18 entries. In order to come to a decision, I first DQ'd people who didn't include a full name, entered past the deadline, or failed to include the proper tags. I then crossed off entrants who used a spammy/inactive Twitter account, then those who posted text nearly identical to my example, which left nine people. Following, I narrowed the field down to three--Claudia Murillo, Nicola Na, and Steve Trinh--all of whom mentioned CPAF, PbP's partner this year. The winner is Nicole, primarily because she made the effort to create a custom graphic for her post. Thanks for playing!]
On the evening of Saturday, July 25th, Project by Project will be hosting its 13th annual tasting benefit, Plate by Plate. PbP is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit centered around issues relating to the Asian-American community. Each year, the group chooses a particular theme to focus on, and partners with a charitable organization in that space. This year's theme is housing, and the partner is the Center for the Pacific Asian Family, a local non-profit that provides shelter and support to victims of domestic violence. As always, the tasting will showcase the talents of some of LA's top restaurants, as well as beverages from a variety of leading purveyors. After a successful event at the Petersen Automotive Museum in 2014, this year's benefit will be held at Downtown's California Market Center. To get an idea of what Plate by Plate is like, be sure to check out my report from last year's event.
Tickets are currently on sale. However, I'm also giving away a pair of GA tickets valued at $150 each. To win, here's what needs to go down: