FAQ SECTION OR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS SECTION
Here you will find answers to a majority of questions we’ve received over the years.
Question: Can we bring our dogs?
Did we say NO dogs? Please be kind to our four legged friends and leave them HOME! An event with 1000′s of people AND FOOD is no place for dogs.
ONLY service dogs are allowed.
No if’s and’s or butts.
Question: “How much does it cost to get in?”
Reply: $7 and 2 canned goods or $8 without canned goods. This is subject to change.
Question: “Will I be able to taste all of the chili’s?”
Reply: There are 2 very separate contests at the 29th annual NERCC. You will be able to taste as much People’s Choice chili as possible. You may even be offered by a cook to taste their competition chili that our judges will be judging after they turn it in to the judges.
Question: “How much is parking?”
Reply: Parking is free. How can you beat that?
Question: “How can I sign up?” For the International Chili Society sanctioned contests please go to: http://chilicookoff.com/event/Event_Contestant.asp?EventID=3289
Reply: If you’d like to participate in the hotly contested NERCC People’s Choice Chili contest, please contact me and I will gladly explain how YOU too can do this. email@example.com.
Question: “Is there entertainment?”
Reply: There will be clowns, magician’s, jugglers, fire eaters, great music, BBQ and yes…the best chili in the world!
Question: “Can I be a vendor?”
Reply: Yes, you too can be a vendor. Please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I can explain how to do this. PLEASE don’t wait until the last minute as spaces fill up very quickly.
Question:“Is the chili hot?”
Reply: Welllllll…I don’t know as I haven’t tasted them…..chances are that there may be a hot one….just as there may be a sweet one….however, they will ALL be delicious!
Question: “Is there vegan or vegetarian chili?”
Reply: Usually not. But, you never know. Someone may surprise us.
Question: ”Can we bring our trained goats to the NERCC?” (I was asked this…so bear with me)
Reply: No. No Goats! No animals are allowed except “service dogs”. No goats please.NO DOGS!!!!!!!!!!!