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PYVOT to Host its 8th Annual Winter Wine Gala

Winter Wine Gala to Benefit United Way tickets

United Way of West Central CT, in conjunction with PYVOT, will be holding its 8th Annual Winter Wine Gala on Friday, November 30th at DoubleTree by Hilton in Bristol. Doors open at 6:30 pm, and tastings will occur until 9:30 pm. The event’s presenting sponsor is Xfinity, and all proceeds will benefit United Way of West Central Connecticut and its partner agencies.

The community is invited to attend this exciting wine tasting fundraiser to sample over 50 wines and spirits, try many delicious hors d’oeuvres and enter to win raffle prizes! This year’s event will also feature a Wine Pull Raffle, sponsored by Tier 1 Real Estate.

Maple End Package Store in Bristol will be providing the wine for the event and will be taking orders for the holiday season. Wines will be available to be picked up in mid-December to give as gifts or bring to holiday gatherings!

Tickets for this fun holiday event are $50 if purchased before November 16th; after that date, tickets will be $60. This event is usually sold out, so make sure to get your tickets early. Tickets must be purchased ahead of time by calling United Way at (860) 582-9559 X407 or through a link on their website – http://www.uwwestcentralct.org/winter-wine-gala.

Young Professionals for United Way, which merged with PYVOT in 2017, has been leading this event for 8 years and is a group of 21 to 40 year-olds who are all interested in giving back to the community and making it a better place to live and work. The young professionals group offers fundraising, volunteering, and networking opportunities. If you are interested in joining this group, more information can be found on the following website: https://pyvotct.com/join/.

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