Thursday, April 25, 2013
Wine and Design Mount Pleasant is showing its love for teachers by giving away three painting parties. The wine and painting party studio will debut its “Traveling Art Studio” by rewarding area schools with free art parties through its current social media campaign on Facebook.
Wine and Design Mount Pleasant owner and operator, Heather Speizman, has two children in elementary school and says that over the years, her family has been blessed with amazing teachers from Daniel Island to Sullivan’s Island to Mount Pleasant. This campaign is just one way that she is expressing her gratitude to educators and their enormous dedication and contributions to the community.
“My oldest daughter was born prematurely and has had many medical complications over the years,” said Speizman. “Through the amazing, dedicated, and loving teachers and therapists in our lives, my daughter is thriving and overcoming all obstacles. I come from a long lineage of teachers and throwing our awesome educators an art party seemed like the perfect way for me to give back.”
Wine and Design Mount Pleasant is holding a Facebook contest for all local schools - elementary, middle, and high schools, as well as charter, private, and magnet schools - through April 24. Anyone interested in submitting their school for consideration needs to first “Like” Wine and Design MTP on Facebook, and then “Like” their school’s photo in the We*Love*Teachers album. The school with the most “Likes” on April 25 will get a Design on Wheels end-of-the-year, off-site painting party. Based on participation, Wine and Design Mount Pleasant is planning to give away up to three parties. Speizman offered the following tips on winning:
“The key is to share your Facebook link with as many people as possible,” said Speizman. “’Like’ our Facebook page, ‘Like’ your school listed, and get your PTA and principal involved to help spread the word and get your school votes!”
For more information, visit www.wineanddesignus.com/MountPleasant.html or call 843-388-7857.
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