Even Stevens is a sandwich shop with a cause, donating a sandwich to local non-profits for every sandwich sold.
September 9th, 2017 will see a return of Givestock Festival, Even Steven’s festival with a cause at Ogden’s Fort Buenaventura.
Billed as "Givestock, A Community Music and Art Fair," the event will feature Dr.Dog, Joshua James, National Parks, Fictionist, Joe McQueen, Cinders, RKDN, Beachmen, Panthermilk, and a local mystery band voted on by locals.
Givestock Festival will also feature local food trucks, Uinta Brewing beer and Ogden’s Own Distillery drink garden. Interactive entertainment includes live art by local artists, an interactive art exhibit with Nurture the Creative Mind, hammock garden sponsored by Bear Butt, adult sized playground by the Sophistapirates, musical garden with Imagine Music and interactive booths with Off The Couch and Friar Tuck’s barbershop plus a complimentary bike valet thanks to Ogden bicycle Collective
Keeping with Even Stevens' tradition of giving back to the community, Givestock will donate two meals to Utah Food Bank for every ticket sold as well as provide other giveback opportunities at the festival.
Tickets are available for $20 at http://givestockfestival.com or $10 at any Even Stevens location in Utah.
For an affordable and memorable day for the whole family (with beer and revelry for the grown-ups), you can't beat a great festival for a great cause!
ABOUT EVEN STEVENS
From evenstevens.com: “When founder Steve Down saw the opportunity to use his skills as an entrepreneur to turn the food service industry into a force for social good, he ran with it. A team of foodies got involved, non-profits became partners, and what was just a big idea became a sandwich shop with a cause – a place for real, sustainable change.
We opened our first shop in Salt Lake City on June 24th, 2014. When we donated over 30,000 sandwiches to local nonprofits in just six months, we knew on to something.
Community is our recipe book. Our hometown has been a bigger influence than any textbook or viral trend. Craft food makers, artists, musicians, and businesses from our neighborhood have all contributed to our growing brand. Unlike the cookie cutter chains of yesterday – we’re committed to locality, in every community we set up shop.”