Hey Bison fans, cooks and tailgating fanatics, this month’s giveaway is just for you.
There’s still a lot of NDSU football left this season and this prize will help you prepare your favorite snacks at home or in the tailgating lot. And I know you want me to show you what you can win, so I’ll keep this post short and sweet.
This month’s prize is from Epicurean, a company based in Duluth, Minnesota. Epicurean stocks premier cutting boards and kitchen utensils that are all made in the USA.
One lucky winner will score this NDSU Bison Cutting board. This bison-shaped board works as both a cutting board and a serving platter, so you can use it for entertaining, too.
Epicurean stocks more Bison-themed gear at local kitchen boutiques, including Karmin’s Kitchen Table in Bismarck,Cooks on Main in Williston and Creative Kitchen in Fargo, so if you want to see the company’s products in person, you can check them out there. And of course you can shop online anytime.
This giveaway is open to readers in the 48 contiguous states. The contest ends on October 19 at 12 a.m. Central Standard Time. You can enter through the widget below for extra chances to win or comment below this post, Tweet about the contest or share this story on Facebook. Just make sure you tag me (my social media platforms are listed below) so I can count your entry.
Good luck! Go Bison!
What About You?
What are your tailgating essentials? Comment below and you could be included in my upcoming tailgating post!
What’s your best tailgating story? (It doesn’t have to be from an NDSU game.)
What do you love about NDSU football?
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