IUP Students Serve Venison Deer Camp Chili Samples to Benefit HSH
January 30, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
VENISON DEER CAMP CHILI SAMPLES PREPARED BY STUDENTS OF THE ACADEMY OF CULINARY ARTS AT IUP TO BENEFIT PA’S #1 VENISON DONATION PROGRAM – HUNTERS SHARING THE HARVEST
AT THE 33rd ALLEGHENY OUTDOOR SPORT AND TRAVEL SHOW
Sponsored by North Country Brewing
RETURNS TO PITTSBURGH’S – MONROEVILLE CONVENTION CENTER
FEBRUARY 16 – 18
PITTSBURGH, PA (Feb 1, 2018) … One of Pittsburgh’s great sports traditions, the Allegheny Outdoor Sport and Travel Show, will celebrate its 33rd year of bringing the best of hunting, fishing, camping, boating, vacation planning and off-roading under one roof when it returns to the Pittsburgh/Monroeville Convention Center for 3 Big Days – Friday, February 16 through Sunday, February 18.
On Saturday, Feb 17 at 1 PM find out how to STRETCH YOUR BUCK! Be sure to attend Chef Albert Wutsch’s live cooking demonstration with venison from the field; prepared for the table.
During his seminar you will learn about Pennsylvania’s own venison donation program, Hunters Sharing the Harvest, now in its 26th season. This unique charitable program distributes your donated venison to the statewide network of food banks, food pantries and hunger-relief organizations each season to help feed those at risk of hunger.
“We had a great time last year at our first fundraiser, said John Plowman, exec director of the HSH. “So, we’re doing it again this year with Chef Albert and the IUP students again preparing and serving samples of donated venison to attendees for a donation to the program.”
“We raised some money last year, but more important, we raised awareness that your extra deer can be donated at no cost to you to help others who are truly hungry.”
Following the demonstration, all are invited to sample two kinds of venison chili prepared by the students for a donation. Business partnerships are also needed to help offset the cost of processing the donated venison. For more information go to www.sharedeer.org or attend Chef Albert’s Cooking demonstration to find out how you can get involved.
Western Pennsylvania’s largest, ongoing Outdoor Show celebrates the diversity of the region’s natural resources and outdoor traditions treasured by thousands in the region. The show features a giant array fishing, camping and hunting exhibitors from across the country, live demonstrations and an exclusive line-up of expert seminars. New 2018 Fishing boats, Quads and ATV’s are also displayed. A complete schedule of seminars is available.
“The Outdoor Show is an incredible value,” said Show Manager Christopher Fassnacht. “Where else can you enjoy non-stop fishing and hunting seminars and the Wild World of Animals Show – all for less than 20 bucks for the entire family? And of course, there is free unlimited, safe and well-lit parking too.”
Admission to the 2018 Allegheny Outdoor Show is $9 for adults by using a $3 discount coupon available at over 270 Greater Pittsburgh area Subway restaurants starting February 5. Without the coupon, regular adult admission is $12. Children 12 and under are admitted free w/paid adult admission. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in uniform will also receive free admission. More than 40,000 parking spaces are available free of charge. All seminars and animal shows are included free with paid admission.
Show hours are: Feb. 16th 12 pm – 8pm, Feb. 17th 10 am – 8 pm, Feb. 18th 10 am – 5 pm
The complete schedule of Fishing and Hunting seminars and Wild World of Animals stage shows and all other important information is available at www.pittsburghoutdoorshow.com.
The Allegheny Outdoor Show is produced by Expositions Inc. Established in 1937, Expositions Inc. is one of the country’s oldest show producers. Expositions Inc is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau and is a member of the P.O.W.A. and Visit Monroeville. For more information about the Allegheny Outdoor Show, contact Christopher Fassnacht at 1-800-600-0307 or firstname.lastname@example.org.