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League City Uncorked to benefit Communities in Schools-Bay Area

For immediate release

Jan. 28, 2012

Contact: Twila Lindblade (713) 614-8366

Gulf Coast Public Affairs, on behalf of the City of League City, are proud to announce that a portion of proceeds from the League City Uncorked festival will benefit Communities in Schools-Bay Area.

Communities In Schools – Bay Area’s mission is to help keep students in school and reduce drop-outs.

“The services that Communities in Schools-Bay Area provides are crucial in our community,” said League City Mayor Tim Paulissen. “Helping keep children in school through graduation is essential to our community’s long-term success.

Communities in Schools-Bat Area believes that every child needs and deserves: a personal one-on-one relationship with a caring adult, a safe place to learn and grow, a healthy start and a healthy future, a marketable skill to use upon graduation and a chance to give back to peers and the community. For more information, log onto www.cisba.org.

League City Uncorked: a global wine and art experience will take over the 86-acre Walter Hall Park March 23-24. The festival will be held from 1-10 p.m. on Saturday and 1-7 p.m. on Sunday. This inaugural event is unlike any other event ever held in the city and will truly provide an exciting and one-of-a-kind flavor.

Contact the festival hotline at (832) 704-1110, via email at info@leaguecityuncorked.com or www.leaguecityuncorked.com. “Like” League City Uncorked on Facebook or Twitter for festival updates and sign up to receive occasional festival updates on your cell phone by texting “281281” and type “uncorked” in the text bar.

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League City Uncorked: a global wine and art experience will take over the 86-acre Walter Hall Park March 23-24. The festival will be held from 1-10 p.m. on Saturday and 1-7 p.m. on Sunday. This inaugural event is unlike any other event ever held in the city and will truly provide an exciting and one-of-a-kind flavor.

Gulf Coast Public Affairs, on behalf of the City of League City, will create a weekend of fine arts, exotic wines and universal customs. League City Uncorked will assemble a world-class stable of artists and fine craftsmen. It will feature dynamic music, over 40 different types of wine from around the globe along with local flavors from Texas wineries, and delicious food, transforming the park into an entertainment hotspot for the weekend.

Tickets for League City Uncorked start at $15, with discounts for tickets purchased before March 21. Weekend passes and a limited number of VIP tickets are also available.
The VIP Moroccan-styled, luxury tent area with a custom cigar and international wine bar, along with private entertainment, is sure to enhance the VIP ticket purchasers’ experience. Tickets may be purchased at the gate, at www.leaguecityuncorked.com and www.extremetix.com.

Community sponsors include: primary sponsor Elite Care-24 Hour Emergency Center, South Shore Harbour Resort and Conference Center, Lynn’s Landscaping, Women Who Art and Wycoff Construction. Sponsorship, featured artist and vendor opportunities are still available, but will run out soon! Visit the web site for more information. A portion of the proceeds from League City Uncorked will benefit Communities in Schools-Bay Area and The Jesse Tree. Communities In Schools – Bay Area is an organization that helps young people stay in school and prepare for life. The Jesse Tree is a faith-based, organization that connects people with the health care, social services and ministerial resources.

Contact the festival hotline at (832) 704-1110, via email at info@leaguecityuncorked.com or www.leaguecityuncorked.com. “Like” League City Uncorked on Facebook or Twitter for festival updates and sign up to receive occasional festival updates on your cell phone by texting “281281” and type “uncorked” in the text bar.

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