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The DISC-IT Round Up: Calling all cooking teams

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The gauntlet is thrown. Saturday, July 21st the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Albuquerque, NM plays host to the 4th Annual DISC-IT Round Up. Every year, DISC-IT owners get together and compete in several different categories while benefiting UNM Children’s Hospital (which gets all of the proceeds). Some of the best and most unique dishes will be prepared. Sample dozens of different DISC-IT meals, collect recipes, and be the judge by voting for your favorite booth or meal. The fun starts at noon and goes right up until 5 pm.
If you want to show off your favorite DISC-IT recipe, step up and compete. They still have spots available for additional cooking teams. They’re also still accepting donations for the live and silent auctions. Join in, have some fun, and win a free DISC-IT and other prizes. For those of you out of state or out of the country, you can still help raise money. Tickets are available for advance purchase online here. Here’s what your $10 (pre-purchase) or $15 (at the door) entry fee gets you:

Free Food (with admission)
Free $5 slot play (with admission)
Live Entertainment—Eileen and Cross Country Band (headlining), the Razzle Dazzle Dance Team
Live and Silent Auctions—Bid on a DISC-IT, a custom fire pit, metal art, gift baskets, artwork and much more
Dunk Tank—Dunk Mrs. New Mexico, the Hard Rock Calendar girls,
the Governor Of Isleta, and many more
Kidz Zone—Complete with jumpers and a water slide
Raffle—Enter to win a customized DISC-IT ($2 per ticket or $6 for 10 tickets)

DISC-IT thanks its patrons for being the best customers in the world and thanks them for helping DISC-IT help families! The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is located at 11000 Broadway SE, Albuquerque, NM.

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