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NH Liquor Commission's Summer Fun Tour 2013

Date/Time

Jul 11, 2013

Description

Taking its show on the road again this summer, the New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) has launched its second year of an exciting and successful summer marketing campaign that delivers valuable savings, impressive prizes and an enjoyable experience directly to New Hampshire visitors and residents. The New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlets’ Summer Fun Tour deploys a branded vehicle and “summer fun teams” at key locations around the Granite State throughout the busy summer months to encourage visitors and residents to shop at New Hampshire Liquor and Wine Outlets and enter to win a number of great prizes.

Cost

Free

Location

View map New Hampshire Motor Speedway
1122 New Hampshire 106
Loudon, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

NH Liquor Commission

Phone

(603) 641-3200 x12

Contact name

Deb Daigle

Contact email

ddaigle@montagnecom.com

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