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News :: Tickets still available for this weekend's Taste of Vinton
· 12:49pm May 8th, 2014
Take an opportunity to experience a "Taste of Vinton" on May 10th from 4pm - 8pm throughout town. You will taste everything from cheese to wine to dips to sweets. Not only will you taste this great products, you'll also learn a little about each item.
Be sure to sign-up by visiting the Vinton Unlimited website here and don't hesitate to pass it along to your friends & family!
Get signed up today and plan to join us for a "Taste of Vinton" on Saturday, May 10th. You belong here!
Locations will include: L Marie Boutique, Cameron's, Henkle Creek, The Hope Chest, Fareway, Clingman Pharmacy, Rabe Hardware, LaGrange Pharmacy, Jessy's Gems Gallery, The creARTivity Studio, and Tootsie's Ice Cream & More. This will be a great opportunity to explore the products including: cheese, chocolate, wine, ice cream, dip & more, all available for purchase right here in our community!
Begin your Taste of Vinton at L Marie Boutique where you will check-in, receive your passport & other information. You will then travel throughout the Vinton community sampling a variety of products while comparing notes and learning about each selection by our experts.
Please check out the "Taste of Vinton" Facebook Page and be sure to share with friends. You can register through PayPal (setting-up an account is not necessary).
Thanks so much for your interest in tasting a little of what Vinton has to offer! We hope to be able to showcase a few of the unique and fun products & services available right here in our community and we encourage you to get a "Taste of Vinton" with your friends.
Please contact Vinton Unlimited with questions at 319-472-3955 or email@example.com.
Visit the Taste of Vinton Facebook Page by clicking and be sure to share it with your friends! Don't forget to register for the event early to get the best price and reserve your spot as space is limited!
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