Vendor Opportunities Available for VegOut Health Fest
Radio Station FM 102.1 will present the second annual VegOut Health Fest from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., May 11, at the Miller High Life Theater Rotunda, in downtown Milwaukee. The event brings together over 30 merchants and vendors offering vegetarian and vegan foods; craft beer, wine and cocktails; locally produced art and gifts; health and holistic wellness experts; and games and activities.
Attendees will have the opportunity to sample vegetarian and vegan food from local restaurants and enjoy a locally made beverage while learning about the latest wellness modalities available throughout the Milwaukee area. FM 102.1 will broadcast live, with prizes and contests every hour.
Vendor opportunities are still available. For more information about participating in VegOut Health Fest, contact Todd Hall at 414-777-1021 or email Todd.Hall@MilwaukeeRadio.com.
Cost: $5 for adults; kids ages 12 and under free. Location: 500 W. Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee. For more information, visit FM1021Milwaukee.com.
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