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Holiday Musings At The Commons

On Friday, December 17th, The Food Muse and Franklin Commons will be hosting a shared Holiday Party:
This year Small Businesses looking for a Fun, Festive and Affordable Holiday Party will find what they need at the newly restored Franklin Commons in Phoenixville.

Looking for a way to help local businesses celebrate in this challenging economy, Linda Ross, Owner of The Food Muse Catering and Teri Eide, Public Relations Director for Franklin Commons came up with the idea to provide a shared Holiday Party... a solution that let’s everyone know they are appreciated but does not break the budget. The cost is just $50 (tax and service are included) per person. The shared Holiday Party is also open to the General Public for the same all inclusive price – Neighbors, Family and Friends can partake!

Welcoming Stationary Hors D’oeuvres, A Delicious Dinner Buffet, Decadent Godiva Mocha Fudge Fondue, Coffee and Tea, Non-alcoholic Beverage Station, Holiday Tunes and Dance Music Provided by Epic Events and Entertainment, Large Dance Area in a Gorgeous Candle Lit Loft Style Setting all topped off with a Budget Friendly BYOB Policy!

The event will be held on Dec 17th, 2010 from 6pm – 10pm. Seating is limited. Please Call Linda @ The Food Muse to Make Your Reservation and Get Inspired!

Linda Ross, The Food Muse
Office: 610-326-8501 Cell: 484-620-6852
Email: linda@thefoodmuse.com
Website: www.thefoodmuse.com

Event Address: Franklin Commons, Franklin Hall, 400 Franklin Ave. Phoenixville, PA 19460

Visit thefoodmuse.com for more information and dinner menu.

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