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Volunteers Needed For Atlanta Food Festival

Atlanta Food Festival is scheduled for Saturday, July 5 – Sunday, July 6, 2014 from noon – 8:00 pm at Jim R. Miller Park in Marietta, Ga.

We have the following volunteer opportunities:     

•Backpack Giveaway: - Setup the room for the giveaway, manage the breakfast area, greet clients, check in registered clients to receive backpacks, pass out backpacks and other items.

•Beverage Distribution - distributes beverages and ice to sales booths; lifting required

•Beverage Sales – sell soft drinks and water to patrons

•Festival Production – help out with general Festival set up, break down, and operational activities; logistical activities; post Festival cleanup activities

•Fun Zone – assigned to one of the bouncy houses, rock climbing walls, concession stand or within the fun zone area; assist with the running of hands on arts activities for both children and adults; collect tickets for rides.

•Information Booth – answer questions about the Festival's activities, schedules and participants; provide directions; hand out brochures

•VIP Tent – greet and sign in guests; serve beverages; keep area clean

•Volunteer Booth – help check-in new shifts of volunteers and answer general questions; pass out t-shirts.

•Stage and Artist Assistance: - help check-in artist, maintain performance schedule, and answer general questions from the Artist.

•Vendor Set Up & Breakdown: - direct vendors to booth assignments; work at the gate to ensure only vendors enter; answer any questions the vendors may have.

•Gate Coordination: - work ticket booth; collect donated backpacks and school supplies; collect tickets for entry into the festival.

•Parking lot attendees: - collect parking fees; assist in proper parking.

 

 About Atlanta Food Festival:

Get a delicious taste of the city at the Atlanta Food Festival, which features some of the best restaurants, food trucks and caterers converging on Jim Miller Park for an eating extravaganza. Once you've got your fill, take a break in the fun zone, with rock climbing walls, bounce houses and other inflatables.  

It's a great way to spend the Fourth of July weekend with the whole family -- sampling new dishes, checking out live music and letting the little ones try their hand at a variety of games and activities. All children 13 and younger may enter the fest free when accompanied by a paid adult.

Proceeds benefit the Inside Out Center, Inc., a nonprofit organization supporting the jobless and working poor.

Go to http://www.ATLFoodFest.com for more details


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