Thursday, November 10, 2005

International Chowder Day

I was humbled today when the Mayor of the city of Seattle recognized Duke's Chowder House, and our accomplishments over the decades, by proclaiming today, November 10th, 2005, "International Chowder Day" in Seattle. Feel free to read the proclamation by clicking this: http://www.dukeschowderhouse.com/documents/PDukesChowderHouse.pdf

6 Comments:

At 10:59 AM, Anonymous L/Cpl Doug said...

10 November 2005 as international chowder day? Nice slap in the face to many Seattle area Marines on their 230th birthday. concider this the last time i will ever step foot in a dukes chowder house. score one for liberal Seattle, no wonder we left and headed to a much nicer community. climbing down off my soapbox now!

 
At 7:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, when does the Tacoma restaurant open? Thanks!

 
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At 4:31 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Did you know that Duke's donates a portion of the sales on International Chowder Day, gives away free chowder and goes to each location in a 6 location your to shake the hands of Vets? Your comment is very much appreciated and respected as is your service to our country. We welcome any of your thoughts especially when they help us to make life better for Vets!

 
At 4:31 PM, Blogger Bettina Carey said...

Did you know that Duke's donates a portion of the sales on International Chowder Day, gives away free chowder and goes to each location in a 6 location your to shake the hands of Vets? Your comment is very much appreciated and respected as is your service to our country. We welcome any of your thoughts especially when they help us to make life better for Vets!

 
At 4:32 PM, Blogger Bettina Carey said...

Did you know that Duke's donates a portion of the sales on International Chowder Day, gives away free chowder and goes to each location in a 6 location your to shake the hands of Vets? Your comment is very much appreciated and respected as is your service to our country. We welcome any of your thoughts especially when they help us to make life better for Vets!

 

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