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Lonerider Showdown 2013 Featuring Dillon Fence
March 23, 2013 @ 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Welcome to the Showdown
Lonerider will be taking over Moore Square in Downtown Raleigh to bring you the Outlaw Event of the year. Craft Beer, Great Music, and Wild West Games. The Showdown will benefit Nourish International, a non-profit in a quest to make an impact on extreme poverty.
Brew It Forward V will be a major component of the festival. Homebrewers are invited to participate for a chance to brew their creations in Lonerider’s brewhouse.
The musical guests are Dillon Fence, Lila, Jack The Radio, Debonzo Bro’s, and Dark Water Rising.
So, Saddle Up, and Cowgirls bring those Cowboys with you.
Doors Open 5 PM, Be there.
Lonerider opened its doors in Raleigh, North Carolina on January 23rd, 2009 with a beer and a dream.
Today, Lonerider has 21 employees and is one of the CED’s 25 businesses to watch. With an eye for quality, Lonerider crafted each of its beers with the highest quality ingredients. As a result Lonerider has a portfolio of award winning beers, and two of Lonerider’s brews, Sweet Josie and Deadeye Jack, have taken home some of the highest honors from the Great American Beer Festival. Lonerider recently expanded distribution to Atlanta and is looking forward to future growth.
Nourish International is a nonprofit that envisions a world without extreme poverty. Nourish International engages students and empowers communities to make a lasting impact on extreme poverty through social entrepreneurship, community based sustainable development, and cross cultural exchange. Over the past year, Nourish has worked with 500 student entrepreneurs to implement 18 sustainable development in 12 of the poorest countries in the world. Nourish Student Ventures raised over $108,000 for project funding in 2012 to support strategic investments in communities lacking access to basic needs like food, water, shelter, and healthcare.
The problem: 870 million people undernourished, living on $1.25 a day or less. Students across the United States want to make a difference now.
The solution: Empowering students and communities to make a difference through social entrepreneurship.
For more information about how the Nourish Movement is changing the world, go to nourish.org.
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