Ithaca Taste of the Nation 2015

A big thank you to all the chefs, community partners, restaurants, and wineries that turned up at Ithaca College on June 16th to make a success of Taste of the Nation Ithaca and in support of No Kid Hungry. Regional Access held down a booth with our  own Dana Stafford, Anna Redmond, Jane Broadfield, and Jennifer Pawlewicz. We served up some great slow cooked pulled pork from Lucki 7, asian style slaw with cabbage from Finger Lakes Fresh Food Hub, and a bread and cheese board from Tribeca Bread, Danascara Artisan Cheese, and Vulto Creamery. If you didn’t have the opportunity to attend we encourage you to check out the Ithaca event’s Facebook page for next year or check in with Taste of the Nation all year round for more events and chances to contribute to the goal of No Kid Hungry.

– Asa Redmond and the team at Regional Access

And hey if you are there next year pop in and take a picture like long time Regional Access driver (and current owner of Ithaca Soy) Adam Potenza did below. It probably won’t get posted on the internet. 🙂 Work it Adam!

Adam at TOTN

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Asa Redmond

Asa Redmond

Operations Manager at Regional Access
Despite his heavy workload at Regional and his other role as the drummer for Sim Redmond Band, the most important part of Asa's life always remains his wife Stephanie and his 3 kids: Gavin, Jezebel, and Tristan. Asa is also passionate about environmental causes and has taken a leading role in protecting Seneca Lake and the entire Finger Lakes region from the ravages of the oil and gas industry.
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