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SPF Businesses To Receive Free Table at Cultural Arts Concert Series

June 9, 2014 at 3:21 PM

The Scotch Plains Recreation Commission and the Cultural Arts Committee has announced the opportunity for all Scotch Plains and Fanwood businesses to promote and showcase businesses for free at the 2014 Scotch Plains Cultural Arts Concert Series, which will run on Thursdays on July 10, 17, 24, 31 and August 14.

Businesses will be allocated a 10x10 spot on the Alan Augustine Village Green on a first-come first-serve basis each night.  Each business is responsible for providing their own tables and chairs.  All businesses that are interested will need to contact either, Ray Poerio at rpoerio@scotchplainsnj.com or Stephen Dahl steved@scotchplainsnj.com

Food vendors are welcome, but will need to include in their email the items they plan on selling.  Additionally, vendors must comply with all Township health and fire regulations.

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The Recreation Commission and Cultural Arts Committee has offered this exclusive opportunity to Scotch Plains and Fanwood businesses as a thank you for their years of continuous support of the series.

For more information, please contact the Scotch Plains Recreation Department at 908-322-6700 x223.

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