PRLog - Jan. 10, 2011 - DENVER, LITTLETON, CONIFER, MORRISON, EVERGREEN, Colo. -- The Denver Sports Commission announced today that Whole Foods Market will serve as the official caterer for the Whole Food Hospitality Village at Denver Big Air presented by Sprint on Jan. 25 and Jan. 26, catering a giant spread of the highest quality natural and organic comfort food.
Whole Foods Market will serve up savory barbeque, rib-sticking gourmet macaroni & cheese, fajitas, jalapeno cheddar cornbread, and more. Whole Foods Market will also prepare wintry treat towers throughout the Hospitality Village piled high with mountains of sweets, cookies, trail-worthy goodies, and fresh fruit. Patrons will also be able to partake in winter wonderland libations like artisan hot chocolate, hot spiced apple cider, and hot coffee. Whole Foods Market and Mix1 will also raffle off a custom-crafted Arbor snowboard on the jump.
"Having Whole Foods join Denver Big Air adds another element of excellence that will be a really great enhancement for patrons,” said Denver Sports Commission President KeiAnn Brownell. “We are working hard to make Denver Big Air the most high quality experience possible, and Whole Foods is certainly helps us do that.”
ABOUT DENVER BIG AIR PRESENTED BY SPRINT: Denver Big Air presented by Sprint is a two-day event on Jan. 25 and 26 that promises to be one of the most amazing athletic spectacles ever staged in Downtown Denver. The event revolves around world-class skiers and snowboarders flying off an amazing 102-foot high ramp that will be built and covered with snow in the heart of Downtown Denver at Civic Center Park between the Colorado State Capitol building and the Denver City and County building. World-class competitors will zoom down the 102-foot high ramp and launch themselves in the air to execute gravity-defying, breathtaking acrobatics on snowboards and skis in the Nature Valley Big Air Ski Challenge on Jan. 25 and the International Ski Federation (FIS) LG World Cup Snowboard Competition on Jan. 26. Tickets are on sale now starting at just $45; to purchase tickets, and for more information, visit http://www.denversports.org.