35′ Inflatable Angle Arch – Raceline Wheels

Raceline & Allied Wheel manufactures and distributes the highest quality, purpose built performance wheels in the industry.

www.racelinewheels.com

35′ Inflatable Angle Archway – Chesterfield Parks & Recreation

Most cities grow from a single “named community”; not so with Chesterfield. Within Chesterfield’s present city limits, there were once six towns/communities – each with their own post office. In addition, there were two other communities (Orrville and Centaur Station), on the western edge of present day Chesterfield, that were also influential in Chesterfield’s early development. But one by one, post offices closed/transferred, until only the Chesterfield post office remained. In order to appreciate Chesterfield’s diverse and colorful background, one must look at the larger picture.

www.chesterfield.mo.us

35ft Angle Archway – Riverfest

Riverfest 2012 will mark the 35th anniversary of the state’s largest family festival.  To celebrate this momentous occasion, Riverfest, along with Bruce Cochran and Custom Beverage, will host a wine tasting event and art auction on Thursday, May 24th in the River Market Pavilions from 5:30-7:30 p.m.  Proceeds from the event will be used to fund a Riverfest Scholarship offered through the Thea Foundation.  Past Riverfest Festival and Board Chairmen will be honored, along with the Junior League of Little Rock for founding Riverfest 35 years ago, and for their 90 years of service to the community.

The mission of Riverfest, Inc. is to produce a quality, recreational, cultural, educational, family-oriented celebration of the visual and performing arts for the benefit of the community. In keeping with the mission of the festival, Riverfest, Inc. has given back over $1 million to the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock for various improvements to their riverfront park areas.

35ft Inflatable Angle Archway – Michael David Winery

Michael David Winery is a family owned and operated company. Home of the 7 Deadly Zins, Earthquake Wines, & Petite Petit.

The Phillips family has been farming since our Great Great Grandfather Andrew Harshner and his wife Lucille homesteaded 160 acres near the town of Lodi, following the Civil War in the 1860′s. The region’s natural affinity for grape growing quickly became evident, and by the turn of the century (the last one), twenty-five percent of California’s grape acreage was in Lodi. A generation later saw the demise of many pioneering wineries in the state.

Originally devoted to vegetables, the Phillips’ farms evolved to include many different fruits, including fifteen different wine varietals that were shipped throughout the country during Prohibition with instructions on “how not to have the grapes turn into wine”. Thereby, Prohibition was good for Lodi growers, with families everywhere keeping up the tradition of wine with meals by ordering these grapes and “juice” to be bottled at home.