Jun 20

Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee’s Wine Down Main Street Tickets Now Available Online

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FRANKLIN, TN – On Saturday, November 4, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. downtown Franklin comes alive with Wine Down Main Street, a unique wine tasting event that takes place along Historic Main Street in Franklin, Tennessee.  Voted the number one Fundraiser/Charity Event for the tenth straight year in the Sizzle Awards, it’s the best night out all year: the streets are closed to traffic; wines, beers and spirits, provided by Lipman Brothers, are poured in the shops; food samplings are provided by area restaurants; and local musicians entertain you along the way.

Wine Down Main Street benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee, Franklin and Fairview Clubs, and has raised more than $1,715,148 since its inception in support of youth ages 5 – 18 years old.

Specially priced e-tickets are $75 per person until October 13, and $85 per person after that. VIP tickets are $125 per person and include admission to the VIP lounge at the Red House with open bar, hors d’oeuvres and live music. Premium VIP tickets may also be purchased for $200 and include a gift bag of items such as gift certificates, wine, and jewelry. Both VIP and Premium VIP tickets are limited. Advance tickets may be purchased at www.WineDownMainStreet.com. Tickets sold in the shops along Main Street will be available for purchase in September.

Event sponsors (as of June 15, 2017) include: A to Z Sports; Berry Farms, A Boyle Development; Buerger, Moseley, & Carson; Franklin Synergy Bank; Harry’s Fresh Foods; Loy Hardcastle, Parks Realty; HCA Tristar; Nationwide Insurance: Randy Jones & Associates; Reliant Bank; Renasant Bank; Renewal by Anderson; Ryman Hospitality; Shofner Vision Center; Nicole and Philip Steen; US Bank; and Williamson Source.

Sponsors receive numerous advantages ranging from various advertisements to tickets and product placement opportunities. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Denise Carothers, Resource Development Director, Williamson County, at 615-628-8188 or dcarothers@bgcmt.org.

Participating vendors (as of June 15, 2017) include: Avec Moi; boutiquemmm;  Dion’s South; Emmaline; Finnley’s Good Findings; Harlin Meyerhoff; Jack Yacoubian Jewelers; Johnnie Q; JONDIE; Kilwin’s Franklin; Merridee’s Breadbasket; Mimi & Dottie; Rare Prints Gallery; Shop Around the Corner; The Cellar on Main; The Heirloom Shop; The Red House; The Registry; Twine Graphics; Vue Optique; Walton’s Antique Jewelry; and Yarrow Acres.

Participating restaurants (as of June 15, 2017) include: Bone Fish Grill; Capitol Coffee; Cool Café; Crumb de la Crumb; Frothy Monkey; Granite City Restaurant & Brewery; Jim n Nick’s; Kilwin’s Franklin; Merridee’s Breadbasket; Mimi’s Girl Artisan Bakery; Nama Sushi Bar; Newk’s; Nothing Bundt Cakes; Olivia Olive Oil; Papa C Pies; Paul’s Chocolate Gallery; Puckett’s Boat House; Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant; Scout’s Pub; Taziki’s; and The Comfy Cow.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee

For more than 114 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee (BGCMT) has enabled all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. Annually, more than 4,000 youth are served at eight Middle Tennessee Boys & Girls Clubs and through community outreach initiatives. Clubs are located in Davidson & Williamson counties. Boys & Girls Clubs provides a safe place, professional caring staff, fun and friendship, and high-impact youth development programs on a daily basis during critical non-school hours. Priority programs emphasize academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.  To learn more, please visit www.bgcmt.org, like us on Facebook [GreatFuturesStartHere] or follow us on Twitter @BGCMT.