Forks and Corks is a fundraising event that started in 2015 through the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce to highlight our local food and beverage establishments and give the community a way to enjoy local savor. It has been a successful event every year during the first week of June!
We have come up with an exciting plan for Forks and Corks this year. Many of you have participated in this popular event in the past and it was sorely missed last year. Given the continuing situation with the pandemic we cannot comfortably do this event as we always have due to the large crowd it draws. So we have developed an alternative that will be significantly less costly and deliver tremendous marketing impact for our vendors/members (that's you)! Based on the success of a number of virtual/video related events we have done in the past year we are sure this will benefit your business. Not to mention this event will require much less work and significantly less cost on your part than previous years Forks and Corks.
Check out the March Newsletter for more information and registration.
Presented by our 2021 Forks & Corks Sponsors
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Venue Manager, Lydia Gray and her sister, Brooke Bridges, are joined by Cherokee County Chamber Director, Sherry Raines, and Becca McNabb. Many thanks to Cherokee County Arts Council, NC Vocational Rehabilitation, First Citizens Bank, McNabb Properties, Kula Wellness, USHealth Advisors-Tom Maynard, iServe Residential Lending, Cherokee County Master Gardeners, and Ambassadors: Corey & Elo-ly Bailey, Sherry Palmer, Barbara Hughes, and Union County Chamber of Commerce members and staff.