Local food offered for the RBC Heritage PGA tournament

Fresh, Local Food Choices Coming to The RBC Heritage

Monday, March 19th, 2018

The Heritage Classic Foundation is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Department of Agriculture’s Certified SC Grown program. The agreement spans the next three years and includes programs in support of the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing.

Highlights of the partnership:

Certified SC Grown will be the Presenting Sponsor of the Calibogue Club.

Farm fresh food sourced from South Carolina will be served at several locations on the tournament grounds including the concession stands, Calibogue Club, and Doc’s BBQ at 15.

The Certified SC Grown Food Truck – located behind the 18th green across from the Ultra Club – will serve up South Carolina favorites like, oyster po boys, barbecue bowls, collard slaw and quail sliders.

“We are always looking for ways to support the people, communities and industries of South Carolina,” Steve Wilmot, President of the Heritage Classic Foundation said. “A partnership with Certified SC Grown allows us to enhance the experience for our spectators while supporting the hard-working farmers and workers in the agriculture business right here in the Palmetto State.”

“Certified South Carolina Grown is proud to partner with the RBC Heritage presented by Boeing,” said SC Commissioner of Agriculture Hugh Weathers.  “South Carolinians are passionate about delicious, local food and they’re passionate about world-class, local golf.  This partnership brings together the best of both.”

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