Totally Tustin Press Release
1st Annual Totally Tustin Fall Food and Wine Festival.
The Event is sponsored by the Tustin Chamber of Commerce and the City of Tustin
Event will be held Sunday, November 8, 2015 5:00pm to 9:00pm
Proceeds of the event will be used to cover the cost of permanent installation and of the lighting traditionally done only at the holidays. The lighting of the Ficus trees along Main Street and El Camino Real in Old Town Tustin during the Holidays is always a welcoming feature drawing people to the Old Town Area.
A long time dream of Mayor Chuck Puckett has been to have this feature grace Old Town year round. The Dream is soon to become a reality.
Totally Tustin Fall Food and Wine Festival proceeds will be used to cover the cost of maintaining the lights and keeping them lit throughout the year.
This event has brought together businesses leaders and community supporters who jumped at the opportunity to make something possible that will impact every person who travels through Old Town Tustin.
Organizers were able to bring together the following : 23 Tustin Area Restaurants including: Zov’s Bistro, The Crab Cooker-Tustin, Coffee Grinder, Bronx Sandwich Company, The Lost Bean Coffee, Centro, El Camino Café, Morey’s Place, Roma D’Italia, The Black Marlin, Zama Tea, Tustin Ranch Golf Club, Mizu Sushi, Bonefish Grill, The Blue Water Grill, Bowl of Heaven, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Costco-El Camino Real, American Grub, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Smart and Final will be participating offering samples of their favorite dishes for attendees to taste.
8 Tustin Area Wine and Beverage Sponsors including: Bradley’s Wine and Spirits, Socal Wine and Spirits, The Swinging Door, Trader Joe’s, Blondies, and Tustin Brewery will be offering samples of wine, champagne, beer and mixed drinks.
Sponsorship levels begin at $1,000 and go to $5,000, individual tickets are sold for $50 each. Tickets are available for sale at Mrs B’s Consignment and Tustin Chamber of Commerce or online at WWW.TotallyTustin.com or 714-544-5341.
The event expects to have approximately 500 in attendance.
This will be the first of many annual events to bring the community together for a worthwhile cause – keeping the lights on and the spirit of the holidays year round.