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6th Annual Stone Energy/ Rader Solutions Gumbo cook-off

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The 6th Annual Stone Energy/ Rader Solutions Gumbo Cook-Off will be held Thursday, November 16th at the Cajundome and Convention Center.

60 teams will begin cooking their gumbos at 5 pm outside in the Cajundome Parking lot. Tickets for the event are $10 and include all the gumbo you can eat. Proceeds from the event will benefit the United Way of Acadiana. All are welcome to attend.

Organizers ask that if any companies are interested in forming a corporate team, putting on their chef hats, and cooking up their best gumbo to please sign up. Teams can register at www.radersolutions.com. Official rules for teams can also be found at the link. 

Live entertainment will be provided by Wayne Toups during the event. The cook-off will end at 8 pm.

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