Posted: Monday, May 15, 2023. 3:49 pm CST.
By Breaking Belize News Staff: DANGRIGA, Belize – Mark your calendars for a clucking good time at the inaugural Chicken Fest, brought to you by Quality Poultry Products. The much-anticipated event is set to take place on Saturday, May 27, 2023, with an abundance of food stalls, giveaways, special deals, and promotions, ensuring a flavorful day for everyone.
Residents of Dangriga and neighboring villages are in for a treat as the Chicken Fest will present a unique opportunity to indulge in a variety of chicken dishes, all while enjoying the festive atmosphere. There’s something for everyone, from foodies to families, thanks to the wide range of activities planned.
“We’re excited to bring the first-ever Chicken Fest to Dangriga. It’s not just about celebrating our quality poultry products but also the community that supports us,” Raymond Barkman from Quality Poultry Products said. “We look forward to welcoming everyone for a day of food, fun, and community spirit.”
In addition to the enticing food stalls, the Chicken Fest will also host several raffles, offering attendees the chance to win fantastic prizes. Families can also look forward to a dedicated children’s area with a bounce house, face painting, and other fun activities.
The event won’t just be a feast for the taste buds, but also for the ears, with music and entertainment lined up to keep the festive vibe going all day long.
For more information on the Chicken Fest, visit Quality Poultry Products.
Experience the charm of Dangriga, the flavors of Quality Poultry Products, and the joy of community at the first-ever Chicken Fest. Don’t miss out on this deliciously exciting event!
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