Grand Junction catering business fares well at United Way fund-raiser

The Cowboy & the Rose, a Grand Junction catering business, won three awards at the 2011 Home Loan Taste of the Grand Valley, including best in show.

Cowboy & the Rose also won awards for best theme and best-tasting food. Colorado Legacy Coffee won an award for best beverage.

A total of 28 restaurants and food service businesses participated in the Taste of the Grand Valley, a fund-raiser for United Way of Mesa County. Exhibitors served samples of food and beverages to about 1,300 people who attended the event. Proceeds from ticket sales went to the campaign to raise $1.2 million for local health and human service programs in the county.

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Posted by on Feb 23 2011. Filed under Business Briefs. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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    Wow, good for C & R! It’s definitely more advantageous for food establishments to give importance to food taste since it’s basically the main reason why people keep coming back. Although superb service should also be considered. Great event, congratulations to the winners!

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