One of the many themes GOBA riders live by during the seven day adventure is “Eat to Ride, Ride to Eat.” Good food is always sought out by the riders and a lot of it is provided by local non-profit organizations.
Since its beginning 25 years ago, GOBA has always tried to be community-minded and riders are very supportive of the non-profit food booths.
The Darke County Visitors Bureau (DCVB) has information from the health department and GOBA on how to make a food booth successful. The deadline to sign up and come up with a menu is Feb. 27. Deanna York, executive director DCVB, suggests interested vendors contact her before that date to get the information, 548-5158, or visit www.VisitDarkeCounty.org.
|An information meeting was held Jan. 24 for prospective non-profit food vendors. Organizations that missed the meeting can still get information from the Darke County Visitors Bureau. The deadline to sign up is Feb. 27. (Ryan Berry photo)|