How to Order Safely With These Gluten-Free Dining Cards

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Ah, remember the good ol’ days?  Nervously waiting to be asked for i.d.  Hoping you looked “old enough”… Call me vain, but I’d pay 100 bucks to have someone card me today!  However, snickering while they looked at the birth year on my license would definitely forfeit the Ben Franklin.

I’m actually writing about cards of a different sort… Gluten Free Dining Cards.  These wallet sized “cheat sheets” are given to your server/chef when dining out.  Until the end of August, Triumph Dining is supporting those with Celiac Disease by offering FREE Dining Cards.  Better yet, once 15,000 people sign up for these complimentary cards, Triumph Dining will make a $10,000 donation to a national celiac awareness campaign.  How fantastic is that?!

Kelly from the Triumph Gluten-Free! sent me this exciting message:

I’m writing you today to let you know about Triumph Dining’s new give-away that we’re doing in August to raise money for Celiac Disease awareness, called the $10k Challenge.  I hope this is something you would like to share with your readers.

Triumph Dining is giving away FREE American Dining Cards until the end of August. There’s absolutely no purchase necessary. Your readers can simply visit to participate and get a free dining card.

The purpose of this give-away is to raise money for Celiac Disease Awareness. If 15,000 people to sign up for free dining cards, Triumph Dining will make a $10,000 donation in support of a national celiac disease awareness campaign. When we hit our goal, we’ll ask you and the gluten free community to help us decide which non-profit(s) receives the donation.

We’re trying to build awareness on two fronts: With 15,000 more dining cards on the street, we’ll be educating more restaurants about the gluten free diet faster. And, with $10,000 funding behind a national campaign, we can diagnose and educate more Celiacs.

I hope you’ll tell your readers about this promotion.

Thanks and keep blogging,

Triumph Dining

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Maureen Stanley was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005. Way back before gluten-free was “mainstream“. Maureen created Hold The Gluten blog and podcast in 2008 as a way to connect members of the gluten-free community across the world.

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