|Chamber asks resident to spread the word about Taste of Wilson|
|Tuesday, September 4, 2012|
To the Editor:
These days it seems just about everything we do must be scheduled ahead of time and logged on a calendar of some kind, electronic or otherwise. I hope you’ll take this opportunity to tap, click, type, write or make an old-school mental note, and add Taste of Wilson County to your calendar of choice for Thursday, Oct. 18. Oktoberfest weekend at Wilson Bank & Trust kicks off that evening with a Taste event that you will not want to miss.
Hosted by Wilson Bank & Trust, Performance Food Group and the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce, Taste of Wilson County was originally organized to promote local restaurants and caterers while giving back to local education through the Chamber’s education fund.Today the event has grown into much more than that. It’s an annual occasion for everyone to become a foodie, sampling some of the county’s best food while enjoying a night out with family and friends. The Taste marketplace also gives you a place to shop, paint and socialize while cleansing your palate for the next bite. To top it off (so to speak), this year’s event also features a grill-off among local celebrities and chefs, and our VIP section comes with a personal chef and a little extra pampering for those who enjoy the royal treatment.
Regardless of your ticket (general admission or VIP), two things are certain at Taste of Wilson County: you’ll have NO DISHES to clean that night, and programs like teacher grants, Books from Birth, TN Scholars and Cumberland University scholarships will all benefit because you chose to be there.
Thanks in advance to all our fine restaurants and caterers for participating and showing off your latest and best food creations. To purchase tickets or reserve a VIP table for Taste, call 444-5503 today, or visit a Wilson Bank & Trust location in Wilson County starting Friday, Sept. 17.
Now that Taste of Wilson County is part of your calendar, don’t keep those bytes (or bites) to yourself… be sure to tweet, text, message or just plain ask your friends, so they can join you on the west lawn at Wilson Bank & Trust on Thursday, Oct. 18, starting at 5 p.m. It’ll be an event to remember!