You Are Invited! Valentine’s Bash for NorthCrest Hospice At Historic Marathon Motor Works Loft In Nashville

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Smokey Barn News January 29, 2014

A message from NorthCrest Hospice:

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The One Hitters

Okay guys, the pressure is on for Valentine’s Day, as it falls on Friday, February 14th this year! Good thing the NorthCrest Foundation is going to help you out!

Join us on Valentine’s Day at the historic Marathon Motor Works Loft from 7:00p.m. until 11:00p.m. (1305 Clinton Avenue Nashville, TN) This Valentine’s event will feature a heavy aphrodisiac hors d’oeuvre menu (this food is going to blow you away from Penelope’s Catering), a fun kissing photo booth, and entertainment by The One Hitters – a unique band specializing in playing HITS from one-hit-wonder bands – all the way from the 60s until today! In addition, each couple will receive a personalized bottle of champagne to continue your romantic day at another time! Complimentary wine and beer will be served at the event, and a cash bar will be available.

NC Valentine flyerEvent tickets are $100 per person, and they are limited! To purchase your tickets, contact Adele Watts at 615-382-6048 or via email at adele_watts@northcrest.com by Wednesday, February 12th. This fun, unique and romantic event benefits NorthCrest Hospice! No Valentine’s honey this year? That’s okay too! Bring your girlfriends, and best buds to toast one another and boogie the night away!

If a Sponsorship Package intrigues you, amounts begin at a $100 donation and go up to $1000. Your personal name or business can even be printed on the champagne label going to each attendee! Check out the personalized wine bottle gifts and sponsors from last year below. For a sponsorship form, please click here.

Marathon Motor Works is located off of Charlotte Avenue at 1305 Clinton Avenue. This area features much history as the warehouses produced the Marathon Automobile from 1911 until 1914. Today, this area houses many unique businesses, among them the Bang Candy Company, many local artist studios, the Corsair Taproom, and most notably, Antique Archeology, with many items for sale that were “picked” from the History Channel’s American Pickers. Please note: there are no elevators at the event space, only steps.

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