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Keizer Pho hosts Night Off
Vietnamese soup restaurant hosting this month's Cook's Night Off.
After a long day, the thought of cooking dinner and cleaning up the kitchen can be daunting. The Keizer Chamber of Commerce is hoping to restore some peace of mind to home chefs.
A new initiative aims to support both home cooks and local restaurants. The chamber calls it Cook’s Night Off. By participating, you could win a $100 restaurant gift card.
Cook’s Night Off this month will be held at Keizer Pho, 3400 River Road N., and is scheduled for Wednesday, March 20. Keizer cooks and their families are invited to dine at Keizer Pho and be entered to win a $100 gift card.
You are encouraged to post a picture of your dinner at Keizer Pho tagging both the restaurant and the Keizer Chamber of Commerce on Facebook. Additionally, entries into the drawing can made at the restaurant with an entry form. Cooks use both methods for double the chance to win.
For more information about Cook’s Night Off or other Chamber programs, visit keizerchamber.com or call (503) 393-9111.
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