About the DOUGHMAN
The DOUGHMAN was born one night over beers at Dain's Place and conversation about the Krispy Kreme Challenge. Four Duke-affiliated graduate students and coaches were inspired by the creative challenge set-forth by the Krispy Kreme Challenge and before they knew it -- gastronomic-athletics would be changed forever. The DOUGHMAN was born. An event combining food and sport all for a great local non-profit that would give the transplanted Durham-ites an opportunity to showcase the gems scattered throughout their home town was too good to pass up.
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You can find information on last year’s DOUGHMAN here.
What does it mean to be the DOUGHMAN?
The DOUGHMAN was borne from a commitment to creative solutions to social and environmental issues. Youth leadership development, education, environmental and social sustainability are some of the hallmarks to being doughy enough to be called DOUGHMAN. This year's restaurant stops and banquet sponsors have all demonstrated a commitment to the slow foods movement, and we at the DOUGHMAN eat local every chance we get. Local farms, local brews, local foods, local life -- that's what we strive for and that's what is central to the DOUGHMAN ethos. Join us in celebrating the Durham Inner-city Gardeners and SeeSaw Studio by embracing the DOUGHMAN philosophy and help make sustainable living accessible to all.