“Roadfood” refers to exceptional cuisine found in small outlets along city highways, in small towns, or in unsuspecting neighborhoods. Perhaps offering one of the richest roadfood experiences today is New Orleans.
Typically, only locals and especially motivated travelers enjoy the experience of truly colorful roadfood in any particular area. However, the New Orleans Roadfood Festival brings these small outlets into the public light with its lineup of fabulous local cooks and beloved traditional local dishes.
Ragusa was asked to represent the New Orleans Roadfood Festival less than a month before the 2012 festival date. During this short time period, he was successfully able garner significant positive media attention for the fest, with coverage in virtually every major media outlet in the market, including:
- FOX 8 TV
- WGNO TV
- WWL TV
- WDSU TV
Ragusa also ensured that the event was covered on a broad spectrum of websites, including social media pages, nola.com and the New Orleans Convention and Visitor’s Bureau’s site.
Additional Media Coverage includes:
- New Orleans Roadfood Festival rolls in March 24-25 (Gadling [Huffington Post Travel Blog])
- New Orleans Roadfood Festival: March 23-25 ( The Daily Meal)
- The New Orleans Roadfood Festival coming to the French Market (The Times-Picayune)
- Food events abound next week (Gambit)
- Roadfood Festival takes foodies for a ride in New Orleans (The Times-Picayune)
- Popular Roadfood Fest Returns to French Market this Weekend (NolaVie)
- Roadfood Fest replay in photos (NolaVie)
- St. Joseph’s Day Altar, Taste at the Lake highlight culinary calendar (The Times-Picayune)
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