The USO presents Chef Robert Irvine for a meet & greet at USO Schofield Barracks! (Event starts at 11:30am)
In an effort to ensure everyone attending will be able to meet the Chef Irvine, there will be no autographs/signing any items, guests will be able meet Chef Irvine, receive an autographed image and take photos.
First-come, first-serve. Event is open to all military ID card holders and their dependents.
About Chef Irvine:
Robert Irvine is a world class chef, fitness authority, and philanthropist. He seeks to inspire people to live better through all his endeavors. Robert is a tireless supporter of our nation’s military. He believes that none of his success would be possible without the brave men and women who defend our freedoms, and so he gives back generously with his time and treasure. Robert founded The Robert Irvine Foundation in 2014 to support the veterans and veteran causes that need the most help. A portion of the proceeds from Robert Irvine Foods goes directly to the foundation, along with public donations. The full amount of these funds are then disbursed through the foundation’s grants program. Past grants have been awarded to the USO, Valor Service Dogs, the Gary Sinise Foundation, and the American Veterans Center.
AWARDS AND HONORS
Ambassador of the Culinary Institute of America awarded in December 2007
Chef Professional from La Toque Blanche International
2001 Culinary Excellence Award granted at Carnegie Hall by the Culinary Institute of America and the American Tasting Institute
Trustee of the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences’ Five-Star Diamond Award
Member of the Malta Chefs Society (MCS)
Episode of Restaurant: Impossible in the Culinary Hall of Fame
United States Navy Honorary Chief Petty Officer
Medal of Honor Society’s Bob Hope Award for Excellence in Entertainment
US Department of the Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award, Spring 2016 Spirit of Hope Award, 2017
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