Chili Cook-Off raises money for The Salvation Army
A chili cook-off at Old Dominion on Friday helped raise money for The Salvation Army.
Teams paid $10 to enter the contest in the traditional, hot or non-traditional categories. Each team came up with their own theme and created their booth space around that theme.
“Professional” judges, including our own Tom Britt, were brought in before the event started to vote on the three different types of chili from each booth. Once the event started, it was opened up to Old Dominion employees. Employees could vote on Best Overall chili and the Best Presentation (or best booth).
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