If you’re a food lover, the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SOBEWFF) is your dream come true — celebrity chef sightings, delectable treats from some of the world’s best restaurants, and glamorous food-themed parties, all along swanky South Beach in Miami, Florida.

As a proud first-time sponsor of SOBEWFF 2014, we’re using the power of innovation to help attendees share and savor the Festival to the fullest. And we’re offering you the chance to enjoy it all in person.

You could be our guest at SOBEWFF

Pin your ultimate dinner celebration for your chance to win a trip for 2 to SOBEWFF, February 20-23, 2014. Prize includes:

  • $2,500 for travel expenses
  • 2 Big Top Passes to 4 unforgettable nighttime parties
  • 2 Whole Foods Market Grand Tasting Village weekend passes

How to enter the Esurance Digital Dinner Party Contest on Pinterest

In just 3 simple steps, you could be on your way to the ultimate food lover’s weekend.

Step 1. Complete the entry form here.

Step 2. Follow Esurance on Pinterest

Step 3. Create your board

Throw a virtual dinner party on Pinterest using all your best food-related pins: favorite dishes, most inspiring chefs, bucket-list restaurants, most covetable kitchenware, and most innovative food hacks. Boards will be judged on originality, creativity, and how well they tie into our theme.

Entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. PT on January 29, 2014. The winner will be notified by email on or around January 31.

Good luck!

Stuff our legal team makes us say

Only one pin per entry required. Must be 21 or over. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. See entry form for official rules.

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Ellen has spent many years as a professional wordsmith, helping to shed light on such topics as world travel, cargo pants, and the porosity of bath tiles. As a freelance copywriter for Esurance, she brings her boundless curiosity to the world of insurance. Outside work, she can be found cheering on the San Francisco Giants, hiking in the Oakland hills, and (barely) resisting smuggling penguins home from Antarctica.