DALLAS, Nov. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- FareCompare.com is sponsoring Meat Fight 2016 and one adventure-seeking attendee of the 7th annual event will go home on the evening of Sunday, Nov. 13 with more than a belly full of fine Texas barbecue and local Dallas fare.
As part of its sponsorship, FareCompare.com has donated roundtrip airfare to New York City to the Meat Fight silent auction.
"While we love foodies of all types at FareCompare, we hold a special place in our tummies for the lovers of pulled pork, a slab of ribs and good old-fashioned Texas brisket," said Billy Sanez, vice president of marketing and communications, FareCompare. "We also love a great cause and the National MS Society is undoubtedly one deserving of the community's support."
"Everyone loves a great travel deal and no one delivers them like the team at FareCompare," said Alice Laussade, Co-Founder of Meat Fight. "I love New York and can't think of a more fun item to bid on during this year's live auction."
Meat Fight is a Texas barbecue competition featuring 16 of Dallas' best chefs, with 100% of the ticket sales benefitting the National MS Society and people living with MS in the Dallas area. Last year's event raised more than $150,000. Meat Fight 2016 will take place on Sunday, Nov. 13 at the Big Green Warehouse in Trinity Groves (2900 Bataan Street) in Dallas.
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