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Free Wine Tastings and use of Meeting Rooms in Southern California

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Do you need space to host your next club, association, industry or business meeting? Would you like a complimentary wine tasting after the meeting? The Total Wine and More stores that are popping up all around the Southern California area (and which I am currently walking the floors and giving my wine advice) are generously allowing their local community clubs and businesses the use of the education centers that are located in each of their stores. Examples of some of the organizations that have made use of these meeting rooms are Non-Profit organization meetings, PTA meetings, Book Clubs, Shareholders meetings, Rotary Clubs and Toastmaster gatherings.

Most of the meeting rooms come equipped with LCD projectors and screens, microphones, podiums, tables and chairs. At the conclusion of the meeting, under certain circumstances a wine expert will provide the attendees with a complimentary wine tasting. They will even let you choose a theme for your tasting before the meeting, eg., Napa Valley wines or Sparkling wines.

For more information, rules and details about using the education centers for your next meeting and treating your attendees to a complimentary wine tasting, visit their website at, or go to

Current Southern California locations, all of which currently have education centers for use, are as follows: Thousand Oaks, Northridge, Redondo Beach, Brea, Huntington Beach, Laguna Hills, Tustin, Rancho Cucamonga, and Palm Desert.



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