SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA--(Marketwire - Aug. 14, 2012) - Dishcrawl, the social dining movement known for their culinary crawl adventures seeks to create local foodie entrepreneurs around the world and help them make money doing what they love.
"I'm looking for select women (and men) who believe in food, community and bringing people together, and I'm going to show them how to take over the world. We call these amazing people Dishcrawl Ambassadors," says Dishcrawl Founder and CEO Tracy Lee.
Dishcrawl Ambassadors have been the driving forces in their communities. They bring people together over food, host special dinners featuring the best local chefs, and help local restaurants promote their food.
"The best part for me is helping women (and men) around the world realize their dreams, help them become the center of their food communities. Dishcrawl Ambassadors are great for the local economy and small businesses. It's what our country was built on," says Tracy.
Think you're good enough for the #fempire? A casting call on Twitter is how entrepreneurs can "try out" to be a Dishcrawl Ambassador.
Tweet photos and tell us what "food" and "community" mean to you. Tag your tweets #fempire to be considered. The casting call takes place between August 15 and August 30th. On August 31st, winners across local cities will be called to take over their local food communities.
To inquire more about this exclusive digital social event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded by Tracy Lee, Dishcrawl was inaugurated in San Jose in 2010 on the premise that food is the best way to bring communities together. Dishcrawl Ambassadors around North America serve up culinary crawls, featured chef meals, and more social dining experiences. Dishcrawl is currently located in the Silicon Valley and on the web at www.dishcrawl.com.