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PDFs are never as good as the real thing, however, we had to throw a little love out to the very excellent Kevin Thomas and his team at Aureus Idea Firm for bringing our words alive in such a slick ...

PDFs are never as good as the real thing, however, we had to throw a little love out to the very excellent Kevin Thomas and his team at Aureus Idea Firm for bringing our words alive in such a slick way. Long live good design.

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  • 1. EATS (Eat Along the Street) Two Kitchens Two Countries 4431 Main Street PO Box 29146 Philadelphia, PA 19127 (814) 441-9395 EATSPhilly@gmail.com@EATSPhilly facebook.com/EatAlongtheStreet
  • 2. Thai Orphanage, Wat Bodd Voraditth, Aung Thong, ThailandEVENT ABOUTSNAPSHOT EATS (Eat Along the Street)Where: Vie | 600 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA Event Chairs:When: Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013 | 6-9PM Moon Krapugthong - Chef/Owner, Chabaa Thai and YanakoTickets: Judy Spielman - President, Space by Spielman, Ltd. Mary E. Graham - Executive Director, Children’s VillageVIP ($150)• sampling of chef throwdown dishes A celebration of street food traditions, this unique event brings• unlimited wine + beer | specialty cocktail tasters together Philadelphias most exciting food trucks in a lively festival• unlimited access to food trucks setting. Along with globally inspired cuisine, EATS will feature a friendly culinary competition where some of the city and region’sGeneral Admission ($75) most spirited chefs will prepare locally-sourced dishes reflecting• viewing of chef throwdown authentic street food cuisine from around the world. For added• 5 tickets for food trucks thrill, a distinct panel of judges and VIP tasters will “throw down”• 2 drinks (wine, beer or non-alcoholic beverage) their votes for the best bites of the night. Spectators will also be treated to live entertainment, including Japanese drummers and a dragon dance. Proceeds from this wonderful evening will benefit Two Kitchens/Two Countries: the Wat Bodd Voraditth Orphanage in Thailand’s Angthong Province and Children’s Village, a nationally accredited early learning program, located near Philadelphia’s Chinatown.
  • 3. Housing for female students, Wat Bodd Voraditth, Aung Thong, ThailandYOUR SPONSORSHIPWILL HELP MAKEA DIFFERENCE…Why Sponsor? Children’s Village’s need for a kitchen renovation…Along with making a positive impact on children both in To support the needs of the whole child, Children’s Village offersPhiladelphia and in Thailand, participating in this event will put your each child the best possible nutrition and daily opportunities forbusiness front and center among a diverse audience of caring and physical activity. Through adoption of best-practice nutritionalinfluential individuals. approaches and standards, Children’s Village is committed to helping children develop and sustain habits that promote healthyWat Bodd Voraditth Orphanage’s need for a new kitchen… bodies and healthy minds.Building a modern kitchen where food can be prepared and storedsafely is of utmost importance, as is the creation of a garden to Proceeds from EATS 2013 will help:grow fresh produce. While many other improvements are needed, • meet higher nutritional standards and accommodate Children’s Village’s recent 25% increase in enrollment.healthy meals in a sanitary cafeteria are the best way to start. Thenew kitchen and improved quality of ingredients will reduce the • reconfigure the kitchen layout, providing more space for prepprospects for health problems and emotional or behavioral issues, work and improving efficiency.and greatly enhance the children’s potential for learning and • upgrade equipment, including a chemical-free dishwasher andperforming. One of EATS’ bigger goals is to provide culinary four-burner range.training for possible employment within the food services industry. • add storage space for kitchen and serving equipment A copy of Children’s Village’s official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within PA, 1-800-732-0999.  Registration does not imply endorsement.
  • 4. Thai Orphanage, Wat Bodd Voraditth, Aung Thong, ThailandEATS 2013SPONSORSHIP LEVELSExecutive Chef: $7,500 Sous Chef: $2,500• naming rights to the event • 4 VIP tickets• 8 VIP tickets • recognition on event signage and promotional materials• recognition during the chef throwdown • listing on EATSPhilly.com sponsors page with your logo and• presentation of the throwdown award and a 1- to 2-minute website link promo speech • Dinner for 2 at Chabaa Thai (Monday through Thursday)• recognition on event signage and promotional materials www.chabaathai.com• listing on EATSPhilly.com sponsors page with your logo and website link Pastry Chef: $1,500 • 4 general admission ticketsChef de Cuisine: $5,000 • recognition on event signage and promotional materials • listing on EATSPhilly.com sponsors page with your logo and• 6 VIP tickets website link• recognition during the chef throwdown• recognition on event signage and promotional materials Maître d’: $500• listing on EATSPhilly.com sponsors page with your logo and website link • 2 general admission tickets• Dinner for 4 at Yanako (Monday through Thursday) • recognition on event signage and promotional materials www.theyanako.com • listing on EATSPhilly.com sponsors page with your logo and website link