Design your ideal street food vendor and add it to a photo (or Google Streetview) of your street or neighbourhood. Feel free to include groups of vendors, public eating spaces and people hanging out. Make it a vision of the Ottawa food culture you would like to see.
Submitted designs will be published on TheWig.ca to inspire Ottawa foodies
-The winning design will be featured on a Wig poster that will be included when we deliver our street food petition to Mayor Watson.
The winner will also receive:
-Three weeks of ice cream sandwiches from Pascale’s All Natural Ice Cream at the Lansdowne Farmers Market
-A reusable bowl and three soup refills from Stone Soup Foodworks
Second place prize:
-a complimentary lunch for two with a choice of sandwich or wok dish & beverage from Bite This, the food wagon at the corner of Scott and Tweedsmuir.
Submit a .jpeg or PDF file along with your name and contact details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: May 27, 2011
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