Get Involved

Chow Chow would love to have you a part of this exciting inaugural event! Here are the ways to get involved.

Volunteer

We will need hundreds of volunteers for the event weekend in a variety of positions. Details and applications will be available this summer. Be sure to sign up for the enewsletters to be the first to learn more.

Sponsor

If your company wants to gain exposure at the event, there are several levels available. See the attached deck for the outline of options. 

Donate Product or Services 

If you want to provide products to be showcased at an event or area, we would love to know. We are especially interested in items made in Asheville. Email info@chowchowasheville.com with more details about your company.

Sell Products

If you have a packaged product or art that is made in Asheville, Appalachia, North Carolina, and the South and made to be served around the table, we would love to know. We will have a Makers Market sponsored by the Peace Center and will be looking for products to sell at the store. Details on the Market, can you found here. For the Call for Makers Interest Form, please visit here. Email makers@chowchowasheville.com for more details.

Side Event Promotion

During the weekend, there will be over 40 official festival events. However, we would love to promote additional side events taking place by partners in a special section on our website. In order to be promoted, we do have some criteria the event must meet. To learn more and to submit an event for potential inclusion, visit here.

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Makers + Talent

From nationally recognized chefs to multi-generational farmers to millers, bakers, potters, weavers, and brewers, Chow Chow shines a light on the ancient creative spirit of the region.

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This inspired, friendly and free-spirited food scene tucked in the mountains of Appalachia has been called “Foodtopia,” but the locals just call it home. Plan your trip now.

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