Friday, February 26, 2016

Sysco sells it with Brother Luck

Posted By on Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 11:10 AM

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As you'll recall, local voters propelled chef Brother Luck onto Chopped: Impossible Restaurant Challenge as one of four finalists amidst 200 entrants. 

Luck didn't end up victorious in NYC, but the good marketing exposure for his business continues with new Sysco promotions, including the below video and this website, where you can learn more about each challenge ingredient and see the winning plates. 

The winner of $10,000 was Clint Jolly of Reno, Nevada's Great Thyme Catering. The other two finalists were Shane Brassel from Cleveland, Ohio's Canterbury Golf Club, and Emilio Marentes, chef at the Happy Monk in San Antonio, Texas.

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