KUSA - Denver's first food incubator market is inviting area chefs, cooks, brewers, entrepreneurs – or those with a delicious family recipe – to participate in the next big thing to hit the food scene: TheBigWonderful.
For a small fee, vendors are invited to set up a booth and showcase two to three of their most thoughtful dishes to thousands of hungry patrons perusing the booths each week. Since many vendors are just starting, two to three will be awarded seed money to help launch their concepts at TheBigWonderful.
Founder Josh Sampson says TheBigWonderful is a low-cost, high-traffic option to try something new. For foodies, that means free admission to a market offering affordable, delicious, inspiring local foods. For vendors, it's a year-round locale that offers entrepreneurs and established businesses a place to pilot new concepts.
Sampson explains each business has the chance to get noticed for their talents, drive revenue and test their creations, while keeping all proceeds from their sales to help ignite their business. TheBigWonderful's Grand Opening will take place on Saturday, July 12th at Sustainability Park (26th and Lawrence) in Denver, with more than 50 unique foods, bohemian brews and useful crafts. Vendors interested in submitting can apply for the entire summer at the link below.. A significant percentage of the proceeds will benefit The Urban Farmers Collaborative as well as several other charitable organizations.
For more information, visit here: www.thebigwonderful.com.
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