Today from 2-3pm EST I’ll be co-hosting a twitter party about how pop culture affects people’s perceptions of food. This party is being sponsored by USFRA, the United States Farmers and Rancher’s Alliance.
We’ll be on Twitter – follow the #FoodD hashtag to track the conversation. You can see the details and RSVP via this Twtvite: http://twtvite.com/FoodD You can also win great prizes-they will be giving away five total prizes – four sauce pans and one cookware set – to folks who answer the trivia questions!
Now some of you may remember that back in March I participated in the first USFRA twitter party. I wrote a long post where I explained exactly who they are, why I was interested in participating, what things caused me to be a little skeptical initially about them and why ultimately I decided it was very important to me to participate.
Honestly, I took a lot of time thinking about it and crafting what I believe is a very good post. . . and I’m not going to mess around trying to paraphrase myself or figure out a different way to say the same thing–instead I’m going to ask you to please go back and read the original United States Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) Twitter Party post!
(note: Google is a funny thing. If I republish an existing article without changing big chunks of it there is a good likelyhood that Google will decide I’m a spammer and bump down the rating of my site-which will make it harder for folks to find me with searches. Better safe than sorry-so I’m asking you to go back and read the article instead. Thanks for understanding)
The specific topic for this party is how pop culture affects people’s perceptions of food:
A Twitter party with the United States Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) to discuss how pop culture affects people’s perception of food. The party will preview a series of panel discussions about the intersection of food and entertainment in society, which will be taking place on USFRA’s Food Dialogues website on June 20 and 21. For insights on this topic, we will be joined by real-life farmer/rancher Chris Chinn and other expert guests who will be participating in the panel discussions.
It should be a fun and interesting conversation!