Location: Radisson Hotel and Conference Center - 2040 Airport Dr, Green Bay, WI 54313
Event Description: The First Tee of Northeast Wisconsin is hosting Soup 'n Suds on February 21, 2014 at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center 2040 Airport Drive Green Bay. Soup 'n Suds is a premier tasting event benefiting the local chapter of The First Tee. All proceeds go to programs which promote life skills, character, values and healthy choices using the game of golf and targeting at risk youth in the community.
Live music by Fat Brass and a silent and live auction will round out the evening. Craft beers will be paired with soups and signature dishes prepared by the areas finest restaurants. Fine wine and cheese as well as an assortment of non alcoholic beverages will be available.
General admission from 6:30-10pm is $40 in advance, $50 at the door. VIP tickets are $70 for early entry at 5:30pm and will feature exclusive beer tasting and beer pairing. All tickets will available online late November at www.thefirstteenew.org and general admission tickets available at Festival Food Stores by December 1.
Questions may be emailed: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone The First Tee at 920-606-6607.
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