Eighth Annual Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop : Popular autumn event is seeking nonprofit beneficiary for 2011
TRUCKEE – The Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop has established itself as one of Truckee’s preeminent events. Set for Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011, noon-4 p.m., this annual favorite brings more than 1,000 locals and tourists to historic Downtown Truckee to sip wine, taste scrumptious food samples and enjoy shopping. The event, which has steadily grown since 2004, benefits the community through marketing efforts and a boost in tourism during the shoulder season and donates a portion of the proceeds to a different local nonprofit each year. Previously, $3,000-$5,000 has been donated to the chosen nonprofit partner. Past beneficiaries have included Sierra Senior Services, Tahoe Women’s Services, Truckee and Glenshire Elementary Schools’ Special Friends Program, Truckee High School music program, Truckee-Tahoe Humane Society, Lake Tahoe Music Festival and InnerRhythms Dance Theater.The Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop is seeking beneficiary request applications from area nonprofit organizations, with the hope of creating a partnership to benefit the selected organization, the Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop event and the Truckee community. Pick up a beneficiary request application at the Switchback Public Relations + Marketing, Inc. office or they can call and request a copy to be mailed or faxed. Applications are due Friday, Jan. 14 by 5 p.m.Wine WalkThe Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop is a fundraising event produced by Switchback Public Relations + Marketing, Inc. For more information contact Switchback at 530-550-2252 or visit http://www.switchbackpr.com. Switchback is located at 10075 West River St., Suite 206, Truckee.- Submitted to email@example.com
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