Two Small Town Events Bringing Big Crowds

Monday, August 15th, 2016 by Jaimie Hooker


Tar Heel Basement Systems will be out in the communities of Pfafftown and Kernersville, NC this weekend participating in the local festivities!

The 1st Annual Home Grown Watermelon Festival is taking place at the Home Grown Country Store. The Home Grown Country Store is a popular business in the small community of Pfafftown. Stocked with fresh produce, meats, candles, jewelry, and livestock feeds that are locally grown and produced within a 50 miles radius, the store helps the local agricultural businesses and farmers in the area. Homegrown country store

To give back to the community and help other local business vendors gain exposure, the Home Grown Watermelon Festival will take place this Saturday. The festival will include an array of diversified vendors, delicious foods, fresh produce and live music! A don’t miss event for the community.

Located under the bright yellow tent, Tar Heel Basement Systems will be providing educational information on the health of your home! Stop by our tent and speak with Brittany and Carolina, about your crawl space, basement, foundation or concrete concerns.

-Saturday, August 20th

-9:00 am-5:00 pm

-Home Grown Country Store: 7180 Reynolda Rd. Pfafftown

-FREE Admission

-FREE Parking

 

In 1973, the honeybee officially became the state insect of North Carolina. The town of Kernersville began celebrating the state insect in 1975. Since then the festival has continued every year and with each year passing, the festival grows larger.The Honeybee Festival inspired by Brady Mullinax

With over 80 local business and around 10,000 attendees, the festival is very popular for the town. Live music, kids activities, local vendors, festival foods and of course an abundant amount of honey will be found at the festival.

Brand Ambassadors, Yoshi & Jessica, will be representing Tar Heel Basement Systems under the bright yellow tent! Stop by our booth to sign-up for a free estimate or find out more about the concerns you might be experiencing with your home.

The Honeybee Festival

-Saturday, August 20th

-10:00 am-5:00 pm

-Fourth of July Park: 702 W. Mountain St. Kernersville

-Pet-Friendly Event

-FREE Admission

-FREE Parking

 

About the author
Jaimie Hooker is the Assistant Marketing Director at Tar Heel Basement Systems; authoring case studies, technical papers, creating and captioning photo albums and managing website content. She also oversees the organization of video testimonials, shows and events, Jaimie lives in the small town of Madison, NC with her husband, Paul, and 3 year old son, Franklin.