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Women’s Wine and Tech Day
September 16 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm| Free - $10
It is not often that the women in our club get an exclusive Ladies Only event to enjoy two favorite pastimes; BMWs and tasting some of the best Oregon wines!
The BMW CCA Oregon chapter invites the women of our club to the first Women’s Wine and Tech Day. It will give you a chance to ask all the questions you may have about your BMW and how it works. After our time at BMW of Salem, we will top it off with wine tasting at Willamette Valley Vineyards!
We will begin at the BMW of Salem showroom at 10:00 AM with coffee and snacks. Then we’ll move into the tech area where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and see demonstrations from a master technician at BMW of Salem.
Here is a note from BMW Salem’s general manager, Jonathan Taylor…
BMW of Salem will have several Master technicians here to answer any questions you might have about your car, in addition to having several examples of vehicles in the shop so we can go over various items on, in and under a BMW. We will also have our BMW product genius, Aaron, here to answer any questions about features and technology on our cars.
We will be serving coffee and snacks from one of our partners here in town, Ike Box.
At around noon we will depart for a short drive to Willamette Valley Vineyards where our host Wende Bennette has arranged a wonderful wine experience. Here is a word from Wende…
Willamette Valley Vineyards is proud to host BMW’s women tech day! We will be serving award winning wines with light hors d’oeuvres while we all enjoy a lovely afternoon in the vineyard.
Following the wine tasting, you may want to stay a bit longer and enjoy a late lunch at their wonderful Willamette Vineyards restaurant or explore the Winery.
Space is very limited so register soon! You may also invite your non-BMW CCA lady friends. BMW CCA women members (or female spouses of a member) are free for this event once registered. Women Guests and non-members are $10.00 a person. Registration is required.
- Janette Teevan