Thanks to our super community partners, we have some outstanding Honk for Jason events coming in the next few weeks! These promise to be very audience friendly and fun for all ages:
On Thursday, September 16th, from 12-1 PM we will be hosted by our kind friends Nicole and Tim, owners and proprietors of Cincinnati’s best barbeque, Midwest Best BBQ! If you don’t know this Loveland/Ward’s Corner gem, you will not want to miss your chance when Howdy Neighbors is in the house. Don’t believe us? Check out the Yelp reviews. Hint: the mac & cheese is Jason’s favorite, he orders it a pint at a time.
On Saturday, September 25th, from 12-3 PM, join us at the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad in downtown Lebanon! We are partnering with the LM&M Railroad and the City of Lebanon for an afternoon you won’t soon forget. In between train rides at 11 AM, 1 PM, and 3 PM, for a small donation to St Joseph Home, you’ll get a private tour of the train and locomotive, and the opportunity to blow the train whistle for Jason! There will also be a raffle to win free tickets for four on an upcoming Pumpkin Patch Express, as well as a parade of Lebanon’s finest first responders. More activities are being planned as we speak. Best of all, this is all just blocks away from two great local festivals, the Feast and Fall-y and the Lebanon Country Applefest, both of which offer crafts, games, activities, and entertainment for the whole family.
Finally, Thursday, September 30th is Honks Day at Third Eye Brewing in Sharonville. Join Jason and the gang for a very Happy Two Hours from 4-6 PM as we count honks and celebrate our success so far. Try your luck with our “guess the number of honks” contest from 5-6, where we will be zanily cheering on all the motorists driving by on Chester Road. Best of all, our gracious hosts are donating 10% of all proceeds that day to St Joseph Home! This is one event you will want to tell all your friends about and expect them to join in the fun!
And that’s just the beginning, just wait until October…
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