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  • Ribbon Cutting | Back 2 The Grind

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    Name: Ribbon Cutting | Back 2 The Grind
    Date: March 15, 2019
    Time: 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
    Event Description:
    The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber conducts Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies as a free service to Chamber partners.  Ceremonies can be performed by themselves or as a part of an open house or grand opening. 
    There are many benefits to having a ribbon cutting ceremony for your new business. Ribbon cuttings are publicized in the Chamber Newsletter in the Winchester Star, which reaches approximately 18,000 readers, on the Chamber’s Facebook page, Chamber Newsletter in the Winchester Star Update email blasts, and Chamber Calendar.
     
    Join us as we kick off the Grand opening with a Ribbon Cutting 3/15/19 as Michael Hess will be opening his first coffee house in our community.
    On 3/16/19 It is our pleasure to announce the anticipated GRAND OPENING for Back 2 The Grind!! Come join us for a jammed pack day of fun including our 100% Organic private label hot drip samples, NITRO tastings, and smoothies.
    Unfortunately, we will not be offering our food menu for this event, however in honor of St. Patty's Day there will be FRESH Boars Head corn beef sliders with our signature cole slaw and Irish Stew.

    Plan ahead.......grab a friend....and come see what we are all about......You won't be disappointed!

    "Where fresh, healthy, & YOU MATTER........WELCOME HOME"
     
     
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    Back 2 The Grind
    166 COSTELLO RD, Winchester, Virginia 22602
    Date/Time Information:
    Friday March 15, 2019
    11:30 am
    Contact Information:
    Danita Roble
    Fees/Admission:
    Free to attend! 
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