Alpharetta Getaway Giveaway
Want to get up close and personal with a few of Alpharetta’s renowned chefs? Savor the flavors of their award-winning dishes?
Four restaurants. Four chef’s table experiences. An awesome culinary weekend. All in one delicious destination. Enter to win and taste your way through Alpharetta, located just 22 miles north of downtown Atlanta.
Enter to win a Chef’s Table Experience through Alpharetta, GA weekend packed for FOUR people January 20-22, 2017
Contest runs September 1- October 31, 2016
Getaway Package for one lucky winner includes:
- Two (2) one bedroom suites at the Hampton Inn & Suites Alpharetta for two nights, checking in on Friday, January 20, 2017, checking out on Sunday, January 22, 2017. Hotel stay includes a hot breakfast each morning at the hotel.
- VIP Chef’s Table Experience for four adults at the following restaurants:
Total prize package value at $1,500
Meet the Chefs
Executive Chef Michael Perez, Colletta Italian Food & Wine
Chef Michael Perez relocated to Atlanta, GA in February 2015 to take the helm of Indigo Road’s latest Italian endeavor, Colletta, as executive chef. Perez says his favorite part about cooking is learning new things while teaching his staff and fellow chefs.
Owner and Executive Chef Leif Johnson, Bite Bistro & Bar
As a self-proclaimed, “self-taught” chef, Leif truly learned to cook from his grandmother crediting her with cultivating his passion for cooking. In 2007, Leif launched Bite Catering in Atlanta, GA. spending three years growing the catering company until opening the original Bite Creative Cuisine & Catering restaurant in 2011. Bite offers an eclectic menu that Leif calls “New American” that gives him the liberty to pull flavors from different profiles including Asian, Latin and East coast dishes that he is able to weave together to come up with unique yet familiar cuisine.
Executive Chef Mike Fuller, Ray’s at Killer Creek
Chef Fuller’s love for food developed at an early age growing up in Hilton Head, South Carolina, where he apprenticed with a classically trained and lively chef through high school. After graduation, he moved to Charleston, SC to study culinary arts at Johnson & Wales University where he developed an appreciation for sourcing local and seasonal ingredients and has carried this farm-to-table influence throughout his career.
Executive Chef Christy Stone, South Main Kitchen
Chef Christy Stone began her culinary career as a baker in Sandy Springs, GA. Her fascination in showcasing her artistic and cooking abilities propelled her to further pursue a career in the food and beverage industry, leading to her career as a chef in the restaurant business. Having a love for health and fitness, Stone enjoys preparing healthy foods without skimping on flavor. She uses her creativity and skills in the kitchen to invent various entrées that she calls a healthy take on modern American comfort food.
The promotion runs from September 1 through October 31, 2016.
The winner will be picked the week of November 1, 2016. This contest is open to all legal residents of the United States. Must be 21 or older. One entry per person. Winner must be a subscriber of the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) e-newsletter at the time of the drawing. No cash equivalent or alternative product will be an option. Winner must accept prize as is in its entirety for the weekend of January 20-22, 2017 or forfeit the prize package. Winner must show valid photo ID at the time of prize redemption.
Current newsletter subscribers must re-subscribe during the promotional period to be eligible to win. The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau will resolve any duplicates. The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau does not share or sell information from those who enter. The emails obtained through the contest will be added to our e-newsletter distribution list so the email owner can receive information from the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau. The winner will be contacted by the Alpharetta CVB within one week of the drawing by email and/or phone. After the prize has been accepted, the winner’s name and likeness will be used, at a minimum, in press releases, in our e-newsletter, and through our social media channels. Please be advised that the Alpharetta CVB is subject to the Open Records Act and the winner’s name will be placed on a list to be available for review if a formal request is made. Alpharetta CVB staff and immediate family members are ineligible to win prize package.
After notification of winning the prize, the winner has seven (7) business days to accept and claim the prize by email or in person. If prize is not claimed during that time, the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau will pick another winner. The winner must complete a W-9 form, sign a copy of the contest rules and return both documents to the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau before the prize can be distributed. At the end of the year, the Alpharetta CVB will send the winner a 1099 declaring the value of the prize. Value of the prize package is estimated to be approximately $1,500.