APU's Mark and Brian: Bringing Tastes of the Town to You
Are you hungry? Do you find yourself stuck in a rut, ordering the same thing at the same restaurant time and time again? Then it’s about time for you to discover that your dining options go far beyond your kitchen and the local fast-food chains.
Maybe this isn’t news to you. Maybe you’ve already discovered that the East San Gabriel Valley is filled with hundreds of food choices, from 24-hour taco stands to romantic candlelit restaurants, but have encountered a problem of a different sort. There is hope for you too. For those of you feeling overwhelmed by uncertainty about what kinds of food you’ll discover in the more culturally diverse restaurants, your solution is here. For those of you who have always wished that you could hit Taco King, Chow Mein house, and Dalia’s Pizza all in one night, your chance is coming. For those of you who can never seem to decide between Coldstone and Nana’s Ice Creamery, debate no longer.
APU's Mark and Brian have just the solution for you!
Mark Dickerson, APU's general counsel, and Brian Albright, director of APU's Office of World Missions, invite you to "Taste of the Town." On Tuesday, October 7, Azusa Pacific University and the Azusa Chamber of Commerce will join forces to help APU and the local community discover the world of dining that awaits just outside our front doors. The much anticipated “Taste of the Town” takes place during Azusa Golden Days.
“Taste of the Town” features sample foods from more than a dozen local vendors, united in a single location for one night only. Traditional favorites and undiscovered gems alike will present their food on APU’s West Campus from 5-8 p.m. against a colorful backdrop of music and art entertainment provided by students from APU and the Azusa Unified School District.
Good food. Good entertainment. Good company. Sounds like a plan. What are you waiting for? Contact Mark and Brian today to ensure your spot in line.
Tickets are $15 per person. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Mark Dickerson at (626) 812-3046, or Brian Albright at (626) 812-3025.
Posted: September 26, 2003