Help with Beverage Sales at Eat Real Food Festival - 30 Volunteers

The Eat Real Festival is an annual celebration of good food with a focus on food craft, street food, artisan beers, local wines and fresh and delicious food choices—all featuring sustainable local ingredients. By using fresh and local ingredients, Eat Real shows how easy it is to support a regional food system by bringing farmers, food producers and eaters together. By its fifth year, Eat Real has generated more than $1.5 million in sales revenues for participating vendors, and garnered extensive media coverage. Over 500,000 people have attended our events since 2009. (Source: http://eatrealfest.com)

Tasks

Please arrive by 9:00 AM as we need to check-in and go through a quick orientation. We will serve drinks (beer, wine, etc.) from several locations around Jack London Square.

In order to participate, all volunteers are required to fill out the Eat Real Festival: Volunteer Waiver.

All Volunteers will receive a great Goodie Gift from ERF!

Safety/FAQ

• All volunteers must be over 18 years of age.

• Wear comfortable shoes & clothing; perhaps sun screen and a hat since this is an outdoor event

• Bring a water bottle as we will have FREE filtered water stations.

• Volunteers received a break during his/her shift (Shift Lead will advise.)

It is extremely important to maintain a high standard of cleanliness when we handle food and drinks. Wash your hands with soap and warm water. If you are sick or not feeling well, STAY HOME!

How to get to Eat Real Food Festival at Jack London Square:

Public transporation is highly recommended. The closest Bart station is 12th Street/City Center and it's a 15 minute walk to the festival. Parking will be available for a fee in the surrounding area.

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  • Chris L.

    Are we meeting at the volunteer check-in?

    September 20

  • Phillip

    Good morning! We have the 9:30 shift. Please arrive by 9:15 for orientation. See you!

    September 20

  • Milena

    Me too! Be there in 20 mins

    September 20

  • Marian

    Hi running late too! 15-20 minutes.

    September 20

  • Nuri K.

    I'm so sorry but I'm running behind (about 20 minutes... Should have timed the BART schedule better). I'll be there as soon as I can!

    September 20

  • Rachel C.

    Hi all. I'm running about 20 minutes late. I missed a Bart train.

    September 20

  • Georgina

    something came up

    September 20

  • Naina G.

    I'm sorry I have to cancel at the last minute. I have to work tomorrow :(

    September 19

  • Georgina

    is the break going to last 15-20 minutes?

    September 4

    • Phillip

      Hi Georgina, yes there will be breaks but unsure about the timming. We'll be working in groups and we should have enough coverage at each station.

      1 · September 4

    • Georgina

      cool, thanks Phillip. see you then!

      September 4

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