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    Chef Abraham Salum, Komali and Salum Restaurants

    Signature Chefs Auction Dallas
    Benefiting March of Dimes

    Four guests are invited to join Chef Abraham Salum, owner and executive chef of Komali and Salum restaurants, on a hunting excursion at Northeast Texas' premier outdoor hunting and fishing destination.

    Broseco Ranch, located between the Sulphur and White Oak Rivers, creates a landscape of hardwood bottom land and rolling transitional fringes and uplands. The Ranch, owned by the Brown family, has been a leader in the cattle and wildlife arenas for over half a century. More than 13,000 acres is home to record book whitetail deer, two large lakes stocked with Florida bass and some of the best waterfowl habitat in the state.

    My Private Driver will provide limo service for each guest from their home to the airport, where you'll begin your journey to Broseco Ranch on a private aircraft charter.

    At Broseco, wildlife biologist and professional guide Zach Willeford will lead your group on a two-day feral hog hunt. The expedition includes a two-night stay at Caresend Lodge. This rustic four-bedroom, four-bath lodge sits on a 110-acre lake and features a fireplace and large screened patio.

    Upon your return to the DFW Metroplex, Chef Abraham will treat you and seven guests to a five-course dinner complete with wine pairings at your home.

    So, if you enjoy the Great Outdoors this is the package for you!

    · Roundtrip DFW airport transfers for four guests courtesy of My Private Driver
    · Private aircraft charter
    · Accommodations for four hunters for two nights at Caresend Lodge.
    · A guided, two-day feral hog hunt for four at Broseco Ranch
    · A five-course dinner for eight guests with wine pairings or specialty cocktails prepared by Chef Abraham Salum at winner's home.

    Value: $35,000

    Donors: Chef Abraham Salum, Komali/Salum Restaurants, Broseco Ranch, My Private Driver

    Restrictions: Hunt must take place February-May 2014. Hunters are advised to bring their own riffles, ammunition and coolers. Hunting license required.

    2013 March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction Dallas opens for online bidding September 23, 2013 10:00 PM CT. Online bidding closes October 23, 10:00 PM CT and will be followed with a live auction held during 2013 Signature Chefs Auction, October 24, 2013 8:00 PM CT at the Omni Hotel, 555 S. Lamar Street, Dallas, Texas, 75202. If you cannot attend the event, utilize Heritage Live! to participate by bidding LIVE online during the auction event.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2013
    24th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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