Texas Iced Tea Festival Seeks Vendors, Volunteers

The second annual Texas Iced Tea Festival to be held August 13, celebrates the “house wine of the South”, with tea samples, talks, workshops, exhibitors, tastings, pairings, shopping, live entertainment, children’s activities and a Best Iced Tea contest in air-conditioned comfort.

The festival is looking to promote tea culture in Texas with this community event for tea connoisseurs and novices alike. It’s a fun and educational event about the multifaceted world of tea that will provide experiences covering all aspects of tea, from the cultural to the historical and the sensory to the scientific. Bringing together authors, industry experts, retailers, artists and educators. They hope to teach participants something new and expand their enjoyment of this most fascinating of beverages.

The organizers are now looking for sponsors, exhibitors, speakers, contestants for the iced tea contest, entertainers, children’s activities, donations for the silent auction and volunteers.

Location: Premier Event Center, Lewisville. For inquiries, call 832-703-0823, email Festival@HoustonTeaFestival.com or visit IcedTeaFest.org.

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