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Celeb Chefs, Local Execs Team Up for Cook-Off and Volunteer Event to Fight Hunger

Celeb Chefs, Local Execs Team Up for Cook-Off and Volunteer Event to Fight Hunger
Holy guacamole, a “Hunger Cook-Off ” came to town and it was all for a great cause! (Pictured: George W. Smith and Brian Burton – Photo credit: Al Powers Imagery)

Susan Feniger, George W. Smith, Mary Sue Milliken and Brian Burton
Susan Feniger, George W. Smith, Mary Sue Milliken and Brian Burton

Photo credit: Al Powers Imagery.

Famed chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger of Border Grill, Bank of America, NASCAR and Three Square Food Bank joined forces to fight hunger in Southern Nevada.

Susan Feniger, George W. Smith, Mary Sue Milliken and Brian Burton cook-off
Susan Feniger, George W. Smith, Mary Sue Milliken and Brian Burton cook-off

Photo credit: Al Powers Imagery.

The first-ever Hunger Cook-Off, coached by Chefs Milliken and Feniger, pitted Bank of America Nevada President, George W. Smith versus Three Square President and CEO, Brian Burton, against one another to see who can make the best-tasting guacamole (a fan-favorite at Border Grill).

More than 40 Bank of America employees sorted and packed food for local families in-need
More than 40 Bank of America employees sorted and packed food for local families in-need

Photo credit: Al Powers Imagery.

The showdown was preceded by a volunteer event, featuring more than 40 Bank of America employees sorting and packing food for local families in-need.

Celeb Chefs, Local Execs Team Up for Cook-Off and Volunteer Event to Fight Hunger
Celeb Chefs, Local Execs Team Up for Cook-Off and Volunteer Event to Fight Hunger

Photo credit: Al Powers Imagery.

This event is the latest of Bank of America’s efforts to raise awareness and take action on behalf of the approximately 305,000 people in Southern Nevada struggling with hunger.

Through Dec. 31, Bank of America and Feeding America are working to support hunger relief through its “Give A Meal” campaign. For every dollar donated, via www.bankfamerica.com/give, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation will give $2 more.