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The Third Annual Boots and Brews party, benefitting The Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center, recently took place at the Copper Ridge Event Venue in Murfreesboro. The shindig boasted nearly 20 beer, wine and spirit vendors, predominately local to the middle Tennessee and surrounding area. Moe’s Southwest Grill provided dinner for the event, and Dapper Doughnut treated guests to their delicious desserts.

“Boots & Brews has proven to be a favorite here locally, and we absolutely love getting to bring our community together for a lighthearted, fun evening out,” said Kara Mischke, Community Relations Manager at the center. “The main reason we do this, however, is to support those who need us during a critical time in their lives. We see a 5-15% increase in individuals and families needing our healing and protective services annually. The success of fundraising events is crucial to our ability to provide support – saying no is not an option for us.”

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