Join the #DFXChallenge in Detroit

Published On: May 22 2014 10:29:11 AM EDT
Updated On: May 22 2014 10:38:06 AM EDT
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Do you think there’s nothing to do in Detroit? Do you think you’ve been to every bar or restaurant downtown?  Join the Detroit Experience Factory’s (DXF) Checklist Challenge and see what you’ve been missing! On June 1st, DXF is launching the Checklist Challenge to inspire you to experience the 275 bars and restaurants on DXF’s Downtown Bars and Restaurants checklist (view here).

“People think they’ve been everywhere, but are amazed when they see the checklist and realize the variety of options Greater Downtown has to offer,” says Jon Chezick, DXF’s Director of Experiences. “There are old places that have been around forever and new places that are opening all the time. The best part is that many of them are small businesses with owners in the kitchen or behind the bar.”

Post a photo of yourself with your yummy food or beverage to Instagram, tag @weknowdetroit and use the hashtag #DXFchallenge to be entered to win.

The Checklist Challenge is pretty simple: the individual who visits the most places on the checklist between June 1st and September 1st will win an Ultimate Detroit Experience Prize Package including dinner, private bar tour, night at a downtown hotel and more!

For rules and registration, visit WeKnowDetroit.com

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