There are many people who have made this project possible. Without their help, we would be selling lemonade and collecting one sweet 50 cent investment at a time. If you are interested in sponsoring FEAST: An Edible Road Trip, please contact us!
Good Food Jobs is the first online job search engine for people who want meaningful food work. It was created as a way to strengthen the food economy by encouraging its growth and exploration. The site, and the accompanying gastrognomes blog, are used to educate people about the multitude of ways one can embark on a food-related career - one that is satisfying, empowering, and beneficial to others. With more than two hundred jobs and over eight thousand devoted followers, we are dedicated to changing the world, one hard worker at a time.
Adams-Jacobson has a goal: to keep the public profile of small businesses up to date, attractive, and usable. To do this, they offer clients strategic branding and marketing, graphic and web design, web development, copywriting, and project management services. They also love food, are Canadiana nerds, and are delighted to be sponsors of Feast: An Edible Roadtrip! To get to know these small business lovers you can reach them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
HootSuite is a social media management system for businesses and organizations to collaboratively execute campaigns across social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ Pages from one secure, web-based dashboard. Advanced functionality includes tools for audience engagement, team collaboration, account security and comprehensive analytics for end-to-end measurement and reporting.
For over 40 years, West Coast Expeditions have been marine ecology tour leaders in British Columbia. They create and deliver unmatched diverse west coast experiences, with over 25 years of guided sea kayaking adventures combined with the best of West Coast food.
Food Bloggers of Canada was founded in 2011 and provides a home for over 1,000 Canadian Food bloggers. FBC strives to give food bloggers the opportunity to connect and provide access to useful and practical resources to improve their blog, be it writing, photography, social media, etc. FBC provides a friendly place for food, restaurant and beverage bloggers to come together, share and socialize, all with a uniquely Canadian perspective and Canadian resources.