B.O.N.D. Small Business Group is excited to announce that Tiffany Wheeler, Roslyn Clark, and Jeff Jones will be participating in The Pontotoc Food Fight 2020 as judges.
“We are so excited about our judges this year,” said BOND CEO Jessica Starks. “Tiffany is one of our original bakers in the Food Fight who has now started her own brand as a food critic, Jeff is a well-known foodie in the area and has been judging with us since our first Food Fight, and now we are excited to bring Roslyn Clark, nurse, veteran, and filmmaker who we were fortunate enough to meet through Hill Country Network this past year.”
Tiffany Wheeler, born in Tupelo, MS, a baker and self-proclaimed foodie who enjoys supporting local and trying new things. Tiffany was the 2019 overall winner of the Pontotoc Food Fight in the professional category, featured in the February 2020 edition of the Invitation, and a contestant of Desert First presented by Girl Scouts Heart of the South.
Jeff Jones has come to local fame through his love for food. He feels that eating out is not just about experiencing new flavors. It’s also about feeding our senses. To be totally immersed in the moment. Through newspaper articles, magazines, tv specials, and social media, he features special events, new restaurants, local favorites and their famous food! Find the “Eating Out With Jeff Jones” blog on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to discover what you’ve been missing!
You can find Jeff several places
Roslynn Clark is a Registered Nurse from Baldwyn, Mississippi. For at least twenty of Roslynn’s nursing years were spent on the road as a Traveling Nurse.After living and or working in at least ten states, fifty hospitals including army hospitals, Roslynn has returned home to Mississippi to enjoy a new love, Independent Film Making, writing a few books and a script or ten thousand.Roslynn’s last travel nurse assignment was in Los Angeles where the film bug was picked up.
An Army Reserve Nurse Corps Captain, Honorably discharged, Roslynn enjoys working in the community, knowing that “if it can be done, I can do it if I want to” which is the message that she strives to share with young people as well as old.
Tickets for the Food Fight are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. Kids 5 & under and #TeamBOND members get in for free. Tickets go on sale May 1st.