Winery event appreciated

I have been a supporter of Light Up the Vines since its inception in 2012.

Dear Editor:

I have been a supporter of Light Up the Vines since its inception in 2012.

I support all of the wineries that are members of Bottleneck Drive and feel these members have gone out of their way to open, decorate and welcome visitors for this two-day event.

On the other hand, I do have an issue with those that are not members of Bottleneck Drive but seem to feel it is alright to open and reap the benefits of Light up the Vines without actually being a member.

You know the old saying, ”Membership has its privileges.”

I hope in going forward, that those wineries will join a very active and beneficial group of businesses that are promoting Summerland and each other in a way that will benefit our entire community.

Well done Bottleneck Drive!

Harlene Knorr

Summerland

 

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