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Chevron Giving Away $25K in Promotional Cards in the Chevron Game Day Chef Challenge

Contestants Incorporate a Food or Beverage Item From a Chevron or Texaco Station Into a Game-Day Recipe and Compete to Win Big at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA on January 1, 2015

SAN RAMON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/04/14 -- Chevron announces the launch of its Game Day Chef Challenge, a cooking contest in which football fans and foodies submit their go-to game day recipe with a hook -- it must include a food or beverage item purchased from a Chevron or Texaco station. Winners from each region will advance to the grand finale cook-off and compete to win the grand prize of $25,000 in Chevron with Techron Promotional Cards at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA.

Beginning Friday, August 1, fans can visit and submit for their region an original recipe that includes one or more ingredients purchased at a Chevron or Texaco station. Contestants must be 18 years or older at the time of entry and a resident of Arizona, California, Oregon or Washington state. Official Rules and additional details are available on the website. The submission period ends on Tuesday, September 30.

Contest details:

  • Contestants must include a photo of the proof of purchase of the food or beverage item(s) purchased from a Chevron or Texaco station, a description of their dish that can be made in one (1) hour or less and a photo of the final prepared dish.

  • Contestants are encouraged to share their entries on social media to solicit votes from family and friends.

  • At the end of the submission period, the fifteen recipes with the most number of votes from each region will be judged based on appearance, originality, creativity and the number of mandatory ingredients used to determine the five regional finalists who will compete in each regional cook-off.

  • The regional finalists will have one (1) hour to prepare and cook their dish for the judges in a live cook-off at a football game in their region. Judges will score the dishes based on appearance, originality and creativity, the number of mandatory ingredients used and taste. In addition, fans at the game will be able to vote for their favorite dishes.

Regional cook-off dates and locations are as follows:

Region                  Cook-Off Date and Location
Arizona                 Oct. 26, 2014 -- University of Phoenix Stadium,
                        Glendale, AZ
Oregon                  Nov. 1, 2014 -- Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR
Washington              Nov. 9, 2014 -- CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA
Northern California     Nov. 15, 2014 -- Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto, CA
Southern California     Nov. 29, 2014 -- Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los
                        Angeles, CA

The winner from each regional cook-off will compete in the grand finale cook-off at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena on Jan. 1, 2015, for $25,000 in Chevron with Techron Promotional Cards. Visit for Official Rules and a complete list of regional prizes, finalist prizes and more.

About Chevron

  • Chevron is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies and is involved in virtually every facet of the energy industry.
  • There are currently over 8000 Chevron and Texaco branded locations in the US, including 2,600 locations supporting (participating in) the Game Day Chef Challenge in Arizona, California, Oregon and Washington.
  • Chevron is based in San Ramon, Calif.
  • Visit for more information.

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Public Relations Contact:
Jessica Paroz
(602) 416-3609

Omar Zamora
(602) 567-1839

Contest Administrator Contact:
Gary Knudson
(602) 262-0500

Andrew Johnston
(813) 672-0609

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