Here are the highlights from our customer appreciation events as shared in the Nov./Dec. issue of Country Lines.
The Lenawee County Fairgrounds was bopping to the Jailhouse Rock on Sunday, Sept. 30, while about 200 consumers enjoyed Nelson’s famous chicken and family fun.
Three Elvis tribute artists—Colin Dexter, Jake Slater, and Doug Church—took listeners through Elvis’ career from the early years to his movies and the iconic 1970’s jumpsuit years. Colors the Clown wowed her audience with her amazing animal magic show and petting zoo of goats, pigs, rabbits and more. Finally, the bounce house, face painting
and balloon animals topped off a fun-filled afternoon for guests of all ages.
A misty sky certainly didn’t keep people away as nearly 1,400 consumers headed to the Cass County Fairgrounds on Sunday, Oct. 7.
Redamak’s, What the Truck Tacos, The Wiener Shack, We Will Wok You, The Pretzel Wagon, Love’s Ice Cream, Mimi’s Cupcakes and Mother Wilma’s Marshmallow Factory proved popular as their crews busily served a steady stream of event goers. The younger crowd jumped their hearts out at the bounce house and raced their way through the obstacle course while a few brave souls tested their love for speed on the zip line. Eager kids showed off their balloon animals and the face painters adorned many cheeks and foreheads with glitter, animals, pumpkins and more. To round out the festivities, Top Secret Band played tunes old and new, and four beautiful horses with two wagons took riders on a tour of the grounds.
Check out this cool drone video from the day.