BUCKLEY’S WINE MARKET HOSTS BENEFIT WINE TASTING

Contact: Cate Buckley 913 814 9463 (WINE) buckleysmarket.com

Overland Park, KS – Buckley’s Wine Market, a local family-owned business, will host a free wine tasting in their store on April 10 from 5-7 PM benefitting the charity Beds for Every Body. Hosted in conjunction with J. McLaughlin, the event will also feature a trunk show of women’s clothing. Chasing Grace, a Kansas City-based band, will perform at the event. A portion of all proceeds made by Buckley’s Wine Market and J. McLaughlin will go back to Beds for Every Body. Beds for Every Body provides new beds to children in Kansas City urban and suburban communities who do not have access to a bed of their own. Donations of cash or twin-sized linens such as new pillows and new sheet sets, comforters, and blankets will be accepted at the event. 10 percent off any wine purchases will be given to anyone who donates money or linens to Beds for Every Body at the event. Buckley’s Wine Market is located at 8661 W. 135th St in Overland Park, KS. Since opening its doors in 2011, Buckley’s Wine Market has become the premier spot for local and regional wines, spirits, beer, cheeses, oils, and party gifts. The store hosts free wine tastings every Thursday from 5-7 PM and every Saturday from 4-6 PM. Connect with us at BuckleysMarket.com or at Facebook.com/BuckleysMarket.

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