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Bank of America to Tee Up a Delicious Weekend at the 2008 Bank of America Championship
Date:5/14/2008

Presents 'Tastes of the Tour' Featuring Region's Top Chefs Ming Tsai,

Others Cooking Demos, Wine Tastings, Food Samples Highlight Event to Benefit The

Grow Clinic at Boston Medical Center

CONCORD, Mass., May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- In a celebration of Champions Tour golf, gourmet cuisine and giving back, Bank of America today announced that it will present "Tastes of the Tour" at the 2008 Bank of America Championship, scheduled for June 20-22 at Nashawtuc Country Club.

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Tastes of the Tour is a newly developed program that complements world-class golf with cuisine from some of the region's top chefs, while generating awareness and important funding for The Grow Clinic at Boston Medical Center.

As part of the program, three of Boston's top chefs will conduct cooking demonstrations during each Championship Round day, providing tips and samples of their signature dishes for tournament fans. Ming Tsai (Blue Ginger), Rachel Klein (Aura), Jamie Mammano (Mistral), Marc Orfaly (Pigalle), Jason Tucker (Tresca) and Rich Vellante (Legal Sea Foods) are among the celebrity chefs participating in the program. Other restaurants represented will be Olives, Davio's and Stoneforge.

Hosted by the husband and wife team of restaurateur Chris Spinazzola and radio talk-master Marjorie Clapprood, Tastes of the Tour will also feature daily appearances by Champions Tour professionals and their wives who will share their own favorite recipes with fans.

"One of the most important ways that we participate in the lives of our customers and communities is through philanthropic investment. Our association with the Bank of America Championship provides us with the opportunity to work with our partners at the PGA TOUR to enhance our collective giving
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