Upcoming Event: 2014 Franklin Wine Festival

This October, stop by The Factory at Franklin for the 2014 Franklin Wine Festival. Brought to you by Cool Springs Wines & Spirits and Nissan, this festival is your opportunity to enjoy wine and food, as well as support a good cause.

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Upcoming Event: 2014 Franklin Wine Festival

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Friday, September 26th, 2014 at 1:14pm.

Red WineThis October, stop by The Factory at Franklin for the 2014 Franklin Wine Festival. Brought to you by Cool Springs Wines & Spirits and Nissan, this festival is your opportunity to enjoy wine and food, as well as support a good cause. All proceeds are going to benefit the Big Brothers of Middle Tennessee.

What to Expect

You’ll get to try food from 30 of the best restaurants in Middle Tennessee. A few of the restaurants participating include:

  • Kayne Prime
  • Olive and Sinclaire Chocolate
  • The Frothy Monkey
  • Bosco’s
  • Jim ‘N Nick’s
  • Virago
  • Swanky’s
  • Watermark
  • Sperry’s
  • Taziki’s

While enjoying a bite to eat from the 30 restaurants, you’ll get to enjoy wine provided by Cool Springs Wine and Spirits. There will be over 300 wines selected for the event.

The Cause

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee has received over $1 million from the Franklin Wine Festival. Last year’s donation of $167,000 was able to help 167 children through the program. The kids received one-on-one mentoring for a full year through Big Brothers Big Sisters.

 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee is an organization that helps children to build their future and realize their potential. They help children facing adversity by offering a strong supportive relationship to better their lives.

They’ve helped children improve their school performance, decrease chances of trying drugs and alcohol, improve relationships with their families and decrease the chance of skipping school. They achieve this by pairing children with volunteer mentors.

Cost of Admission

It costs $89 per ticket if you purchase in advance. Tickets purchased at the event’s gate on the day of will cost $100.

The Festival will be at The Factory at 230 Franklin Road on October 17th at 7pm. Tickets are expected to sell out so be sure to get yours soon.

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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