News 10-11-08 Montage Appreciation Party
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Posted by: PaulC - 10/12/2008 12:49:34 PM
Don't forget, Washoe Wine was represented as well.
Posted by: Chris T. - 10/13/2008 7:27:40 PM
This was a great event and I am so happy that my bakery was able to be a part of it. My staff and I had a wonderful time meeting a lot of new people who we hope will come and visit us once the Brick House Bakery opens next month. Thank you to everyone who helped organize this event.
Posted by: Fernando - 10/14/2008 9:36:37 PM
Mike, I would like to thank you for all the support that you have given us, and more importantly, the exposure you have given the Reno downtown core. I canít tell you how many people I meet that use your website as their barometer of what is happening downtown.
We had over 700 people at the party last Thursday and it was a huge success thanks to the participation of so many wonderful local merchants. Imperial served their sliders, N210 made a special MONTAGE martini and provided lovely servers, SUP had 3 different soups to choose from, Niko's had chicken shish kabob (also soon to be at West Street Market), Brickhouse Bakery provided desserts, Silver Peak provide a great selection of beers, Washoe Wine served great vinos as always and Java Jungle served the coffee and teas. Last and certainly not least, the Fitz was well represented with some great appetizers.
The goal of the party was to give thanks to all the people that have worked so hard to make the MONTAGE a reality. It would be impossible to list everyone by name, but I sincerely hope that we have made each and every one of you feel appreciated throughout the process.
Our goal from day one was to set a new standard for urban development in Reno and we feel that we are well on our way. I personally invite all of you to come take a tour and help spread the word, not only of our project, but of all the great things that are happening downtown. Change takes time; change requires perseverance and now more than ever is the time for us to be united in creating a downtown we can all be proud of.