Hosted during the Arkansas Big Buck Classic hunting expo in Little Rock, this open to the public event blends outdoor adventure with a good cause
Ditale Outdoors, the by women, for women hunt apparel brand, is set to join forces with industry partners to bring a sizzling twist to the annual BIG BUZZ CHILI COOKOFF at the Arkansas Big Buck Classic in Little Rock on Saturday, January 27th.
Ditale Outdoors, known for its commitment to community engagement and outdoor adventures, is excited to participate in this highly anticipated event. Ken Moody Safaris, an African hunting company, will be collaborating with Ditale to engage event attendees and help raise funds for the Shriners Hospitals for Children.
“We believe in the power of collaboration and the joy of giving back. This event is a perfect opportunity for Ditale Outdoors to connect with our community, share our passion for the outdoors, and contribute to a cause that makes a difference,” said Virginia Moody, CEO with Ditale Outdoors and owner of Ken Moody Safaris.
Adding to the excitement, Lost 40 Brewing, a local favorite, is the craft beer of choice for the secret recipe that Ditale will be serving up. This collaboration of outdoor enthusiasts, apparel innovators, and local businesses promises an unforgettable experience for attendees.
The BIG BUZZ CHILI COOKOFF, a highlight of the Arkansas Big Buck Classic, brings together outdoor fans from near and far for a day of camaraderie, competition, and, of course, delicious chili. Ditale Outdoors and Ken Moody Safaris invite attendees to visit their booth to savor the unique flavors, learn more about their outdoor adventures, and support the Shriners Hospitals for Children.
About Ditale Outdoors:
Built by women, for women, Ditale Outdoors is a pioneering women’s hunt apparel brand that has been at the forefront of delivering high-quality, functional, and stylish outdoor apparel. With a strong commitment to customer satisfaction and community engagement, Ditale Outdoors continues to push boundaries and redefine standards in the outdoor apparel industry.