Great Getaways Wine Tasting

by Press Release | Feb 3, 2008
Great Getaways Wine Tasting Great Getaways Wine Tasting on Friday, February 29th at the Station House in Tuckahoe, NJ will benefit children’s programs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlantic & Cape May Counties. The event begins with trip to nowhere on the Moët Champagne Train at 7 p.m. and moves into the Station House at 7:30 p.m. for wine tasting, food stations, live music, and fabulous auction items.

Big Brothers Big Sisters annual Wine Tasting has quickly grown into a major social event of the season, and one of the largest wine events in the Jersey Cape. Fine wines from top vineyards will be featured courtesy of Joe Canal’s of Egg Harbor, as well as a wide selection of food stations to complement the wines. The evening will include both live jazz and the sounds of The Shore Thing Band.

The much-anticipated great getaways silent auction offers many luxury packages, including a stay at a beach-front villa in Grenada; other vacation stays in Florida, Myrtle Beach, the Pocono’s, and shore beach hotels; home furnishings; sports memorabilia, including a Limited Edition 75th Anniversary football signed by Donovan McNabb; sports tickets; fitness memberships; fine wines; wine furniture & accessories; auto packages; jewelry; spa packages; great gift certificates and more!

Major sponsors for this year’s event include AtlantiCare, Borgata Heart & Soul Foundation, and The Tropicana. Additional sponsorship opportunities still exist, and area business are encouraged to participate by making donations to the silent auction. Interested businesses should contact Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlantic and Cape May Counties, at (609) 653-8250. For more information on the event, please check the website at

Tickets are on sale now at a cost of $75 per person. Tickets may be purchased by calling Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlantic & Cape May Counties at (609) 653-8250.

All money raised from the event will be used for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlantic and Cape May Counties’ community-based and school-based children’s programs.

About BBBS of Atlantic & Cape May Counties For over 40 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlantic & Cape May Counties has helped local children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships. BBBS programs are proven to have a positive impact: children are less likely to use illegal drugs and alcohol, less likely to skip school, less likely to resort to violence, and more likely to get along better at home and in the classroom. Big Brothers Big Sisters is named by Forbes as one of America’s ten best nonprofit organizations. All donations in Atlantic and Cape May Counties stay within the community; 92.2% of every dollar goes directly into children’s programs.

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