New View Realty supports Tryon Beer Fest

Kathy Toomey, Jamie Carpenter and Terry Schager

Kathy Toomey, Jamie Carpenter and Terry Schager

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Tryon Beer Fest, to be held on November 5, 2016 from 12-6 p.m. at the Tryon Depot. The Beer Fest committee has already begun planning this year’s event and is pleased to announce that New View Realty has agreed to once again be a major supporter of the event at a new sponsorship level, the 2016 Tryon Beer Fest Named Sponsor.

 

When asked if she’d be interested in participating at this level, New View owner and agent Kathy Toomey said she was proud to be asked to commit to the sponsorship and support of the festival. The Tryon Beer Fest has always focused on local businesses and regional breweries, and New View Realty’s participation is a perfect fit.

The Tryon Beer Fest supports the Tryon Downtown Development Association (TDDA) and their initiatives. Other sponsorship levels are available, and if you or your business is interested in supporting the event and the town of Tryon, please contact Jamie Carpenter at 828-859-6484 for more information on the benefits of sponsorship.

 

– Submitted by Terry Schager

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