French-American Chamber Shines Spotlight on Festival Sponsors

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Beaujolais & Beyond Festival provides an evening of wine, food and joie de vivre

The French-American Chamber of Commerce Dallas-Fort Worth is saying, “merci beaucoup” to the 30 sponsors of the 30th annual Beaujolais & Beyond Wine Festival. Dallas’s premier French and American wine event is celebrating its milestone by offering guests “All for wine, wine for all” at 7:00 p.m., Friday, Nov. 22 at the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas.

“After 30 years, we are proud to say that the Beaujolais and Beyond Wine Festival has stood the test of time,” said Eric Corticchiato, president of the French-American Chamber of Commerce of Dallas/Fort Worth. “Our guests recognize our ability to maintain the highest standard of wine, food and entertainment and we are happy to see them coming back year after year to celebrate with us. None of this, however, could happen without the generous support of our sponsors. They are the ones who make this annual celebration not only possible, but successful.”

This year, the festival’s Sommelier Sponsors include Dallas-based Air Liquide Electronics, a world leader in industrial and medical gases and related services and Goody Goody Wine and Spirits, a leader in liquor retail chains in Dallas and all over North Texas.

Other sponsors include;

Chateau Sponsors:

  •     Air France/ KLM/Delta
  •     Safran USA

Chevalier Sponsors:

  •     The Honorable Robert Lavie Honorary Consul of France
  •     Eurosource
  •     American Eurocopter
  •     United Airlines
  •     Essilor

Domaine Sponsors:

  •     Accor
  •     Badoit
  •     Michael A. Burns and Associates, Inc.
  •     My Directives
  •     Sodexo
  •     CEO Focus
  •     Evian

Village Sponsors:

  •     Alcatel-Lucent
  •     BMW-Dallas
  •     Frost Bank
  •     Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy
  •     Daryl Flood Relocation & Logistics
  •     E. Smith Realty Partners
  •     Irving Sister Cities
  •     Hunt-Huey PLLC
  •     Dallas International School
  •     JP Morgan Chase Bank
  •     Les Trois Petits Cochons

Media Sponsors:

  •     Cumulus
  •     D Magazine

Upon arriving at the festival, guests and sponsors will be able to explore the grandeur of 17th Century France with an array of festivities and entertainment. While refreshing the palate with the delights of France and America, attendees can catch live sword fighting, jesters and even have a photo opportunity with Miss Texas 2013, Ivana Hall and French Rodeo personality, Yvan Jayne. Additionally, guests will have the chance to bid on gifts at the silent auction and win raffle prizes.

Tickets are $65 per person or $70 at the door; parties of 4 or more are $60 each. Call 972-241-0111 to order, or register online at http://www.faccdallas.com. All tickets can be purchased by MC/Visa, Amex, Diners Club, Discover, cash or check mailed to the local FACC at 2665 Villa Creek Dr., Suite 214, Dallas, TX 75234.

Every ticket holder will receive a commemorative wine glass.
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About The French-American Chamber of Commerce
The French-American Chamber of Commerce is a bi-national, non-profit commercial service organization committed to the development and improvement of economic, commercial and financial relations between France and the United States. The Dallas/Fort-Worth Chapter of the FACC serves as the area’s principal forum for French and American business leaders to meet and discuss common interests.

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