"Thanks to our innovators and risk takers like Cristina and Terry, San Antonio will be the next great American city. Female and minority-owned small businesses are the key to our city’s success."
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) January 27, 2015
Pinot's Palette-Alamo Heights is pleased to announce their momentous celebration, the 2nd Anniversary Ribbon Cutting hosted by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, February 4th from 4:00 to 5:00 PM at their studio located in The Collection Shopping Center, 7959 Broadway Ste. 402, San Antonio, 78209. Honored guest, Senator, Leticia Van de Putte, will inaugurate the reception with an official unveiling of the commemorative painting, “Starry Night Over San Antone” created by local Artist, Bianca Alvarez.
Proprietors Cristina Canales and Terry Narazaki are very pleased about cutting the ribbon to mark their second year in business. Their hope is to be surrounded by chamber members, city officials, friends and family as well as neighboring businesses.
Canales elaborates, “This two year anniversary marks an important business achievement for us with Pinot's Palette. Our goals have been to grow our relationships in our community through Art, and with our amazing staff of artists we have achieved some incredible milestones. Bringing art to the masses for all ages and groups at our studio and through our mobile parties has been one of the most rewarding experiences for me personally and our team. Putting a paint brush into the hands of people continues to be our #1 goal, it just makes people happy. "
During the reception, guests will enjoy complimentary champagne with appetizers provided by Simply Magnolious. Guests are encouraged to join the painting class following the reception from 7:00 to 9:00pm. Pinot’s Palette artist, Bianca Alvarez will be teaching the class and helping people find their inner Artist. All painters will take home their own masterpiece of “Starry Night Over San Antone”.
Pinot’s Palette Alamo Heights is known for providing guests a fun and entertaining evening of painting at their BYOB art studio. Guests are provided with all the art supplies, instruction, water, ice, plates, music and wine glasses.
Guests are encouraged to bring their own beverage of choice and snacks to enjoy while painting. The studio is available for private parties, social events, and corporate team building. The Pinot's Palette team is constantly offering new and exciting artwork from an extensive library of paintings that speak to the expressive and colorful community of San Antonio.
Senator Leticia Van de Putte expresses, "Thanks to our innovators and risk takers like Cristina and Terry, San Antonio will be the next great American city. Female and minority-owned small businesses are the key to our city’s success. In order to ensure San Antonio continues its vibrant economy, we must invest in these businesses, shop at their stores and break down any barriers that impede their growth. My sincere congratulations to Pinot's Palette at Alamo Heights on their two year anniversary. We look forward to many more years to come."
About Pinot’s Palette-Alamo Heights: Pinot's Palette seats 44 painters in its studio and is considered one of the most popular entertainment options for date night, girl’s night out, family night or just because. This location also offers a mobile unit that brings their ultimate painting experience to the guests private or corporate location, residence or venue.
About Pinot's Palette-Franchise:
Founded in 2009, Pinot's Palette is the upscale “Paint. Drink. Have Fun” destination in San Antonio, Texas. No art experience required. Pinot’s Palette combines the appreciation of art and (BYOB) wine through guided, step-by-step painting classes by a trained local artist. Today, there are 61 open studios across the country, with 100 signed studios to date. The company has become one of the fastest-growing Paint and Sip franchises in the country. For more information visit http://www.PinotsPalette.com.
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