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Giveaway: Win Tickets to the Sold-Out Trade Talks at Lacoste on Lincoln Road for SoBeWFF

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Like free stuff?

Course ya do.

Like winning?

Probably more than getting free stuff.

That's why we're bunching the two together and giving you a chance to win two tickets to Trade Talks 2013. The SoBeWFF satellite event will give you the chance to rub elbows and speak candidly with the likes of celebrity chef Marc Murphy and restaurateur Danny Meyer.

Find out how you can score tickets after the jump.

The intimate sit-down Q&A will give you the opportunity to ask these guys whatever you please. Seasoned Chopped judge Marc Murphy began his career as a lowly line cook and moved up, but is the kitchen his one true calling?

Danny Meyer is the brains behind the beloved Shake Shack. He's a multiple James Beard Award winner for his restaurant concepts. But what if he doesn't even like burgers or shakes?

You'd be surprised by the quirky facts a Q&A like this can bring to light. Maybe both guys are secret agents.

In any case, you can ask what you want and eat and drink the complimentary food and cocktails this Friday, February 22.

The talks will be held at Lacoste at 1026 Lincoln Rd., in Miami Beach.

All you have to do to win a pair of tickets is head to Short Order's Facebook page, click "Like," and leave your best, most creative question(s) as a comment on this post (from Facebook).

At 2 p.m. today, we'll select two winners and contact them with the good news. There's no need to make plans to pick up your tickets, because they'll be waiting for you at the Lacoste storefront. Simple!

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