FALL CRUSH EVENT FEATURES SIX NASHVILLE CHEFS TO BENEFIT NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY, MID SOUTH CHAPTER
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (Sept. 21, 2017) – The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Mid South Chapter is hosting its annual farm-to-table event, Fall Crush on Oct. 22 at Green Door Gourmet’s Grand Barn, featuring wines from Reid Family Vineyards.
Nashville Chefs Trey Cioccia of The Farm House, Joe Denomme of Caviar & Bananas, Tony Galzin of Nicky’s Coal Fired, Hal Holden-Bache of Lockeland Table and Eric Zizka of Oak Steakhouse will prepare a locally sourced dinner. Additionally, guests will start the evening enjoying hors d’oeuvres from Green Door Gourmet’s Chef, Richard Jones.
“This event brings together some of Nashville’s most talented chefs who will create a delicious locally sourced dinner in a unique setting,” said David Haddock, Chapter President. “It’s a meaningful way to celebrate those living with MS and directly benefits them through the funding of services and programs we provide, as well as research to find a cure for multiple sclerosis.”
Join us on Oct. 22, from 5pm to 9pm at the Grand Barn at Green Door Gourmet, located at 7007 River Road Pike in Nashville. Tickets are $150 each, and can be purchased at www.fallcrushms.com.
About the Mid South Chapter
Headquartered in Brentwood, TN, the National MS Society, Mid South Chapter helps more than 10,000 people affected by multiple sclerosis in the state of Tennessee and parts of Mississippi, Arkansas and Georgia. We are raising funds for cutting-edge research, driving change through advocacy, facilitating professional education and providing programs and services that empower people with multiple sclerosis and their families to move their lives forward and live their best life with MS.