Biden’s campaign has announced a new contest to test a new idea to create pizza in a large, communal, open space.
The Biden campaign says it will offer a $250,000 reward to anyone who can make a “chocolate-covered, gluten-free pizza” that can fit into an average-size family’s refrigerator.
Biden campaign chairman Jesse Ferguson, who is based in Iowa, said Biden wants to test the idea in the community as well as in the country.
“This is something that I think could have a huge impact on this country,” Ferguson said during a recent speech at the Iowa State Fairgrounds.
“This is a big opportunity for us to bring people together and to help create an exciting future for the American people.”
Ferguson, a former White House aide, told reporters Monday that he is also pushing for the creation of a statewide food stamp program.
According to a summary of the Biden campaign’s website, the Biden administration has identified a number of ways that food stamp recipients can help the country’s economy.
It also says that if the $250 million in funding the Biden team needs to complete the initiative is not secured by April 1, it will be redirected to a new, state-by-state effort.
“The idea of a massive food stamp food stamp event is an idea that is just simply the best way to support our economy and the economy of our state,” Ferguson told The Hill.
This is just another way that we can bring people out of poverty, he said.
“I think the way to create jobs, the way we can create more opportunity, is to have a whole range of food stamp programs.
There’s just so many ways that you can do it.”
Biden spokeswoman Emily Harris said the Biden presidential campaign is looking into expanding the event to other cities in the United States, including Chicago, San Francisco, Detroit and New York.