Huge turn out to Tour de Gourmet in Langley

More than 600 people from all over Metro Vancouver came to the Langley Auto Collection

More than 600 guests attended the inaugural Tour de Gourmet at The Langley Auto Collection on June 15th to take part in a unique progressive dinner experience featuring top Vancouver chefs, restaurants, mixologists and entertainers.

Proceeds from the successful event will be going to KidSport Langley and Surrey-White Rock, two non-profit organizations that give children the opportunity to engage in organized sports by removing financial barriers that limit their participation. The total donation from The Langley Auto Collection will be announced later this month.

“Thanks to the hard work of the teams at all seven dealers in The Langley Auto Collection, we were able to deliver an amazing experience for all of our guests and raise significant funds for a very important local cause,” said Oliver Sea, President of The Langley Auto Collection. “We were overwhelmed by the positive feedback and look forward to hosting the Tour de Gourmet again in 2018!”

The Tour de Gourmet gave guests the opportunity to savour a sumptuous course and a custom craft cocktail at each one of The Langley Auto Collection’s dealership locations, including Audi Langley, BMW MINI Langley, Infiniti Langley, and Jaguar Land Rover Langley. The evening culminated with the Porsche After Dark Party at Porsche Centre Langley, where live entertainment, dessert and after-dinner drinks were featured.

Participating restaurants and chefs included AnnaLena Restaurant, BETA5 Chocolates, Chambar Restaurant, Chef Josh Gale of Juniper Kitchen + Bar, Chef Juno Kim of Juno Kim Catering Designs, Chef Mike Robbins and Chef Tia Kambas.

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