At Beverly-Hanks, we know that real estate is about so much more than four walls and a roof. It’s about building community. Our goal has always been to build long-lasting relationships with our customers, clients, and the Western North Carolina communities in which we live.
At Beverly-Hanks, we also work hard to reinforce our community by giving generously of our time and support throughout the year. In August, you helped us raise $2,000 for WNC Down Syndrome Alliance. This month, you have the opportunity to decide which local charity deserves support this fall.
Join Beverly-Hanks and our crew for good vibes and good times at our next Karma Keg in Brevard:
Beverly-Hanks Karma Keg
When: Thursday, October 17, 2019, 6:00–8:00PM
Where: Oskar Blues Brewery, 342 Mountain Industrial Drive, Brevard
What: Our latest Beverly-Hanks Karma Keg party! What makes this gathering a Karma Keg party? First, we’ll buy a keg of Oskar Blues’ most popular brew. At the door, you can build good karma by making a donation in your favorite charity’s name. Guests who make donations will receive up to two drink tickets in exchange.
Who: That’s up to you! At 7:30PM or when the keg kicks, we’ll select a donation card at random. Whichever local nonprofit is written on the card wins the entire evening’s proceeds. If you have a favorite community nonprofit, invite a bunch of your friends and increase the chances of your charity of choice winning the evening’s take.
Event Details: Come raise money for your favorite local charity and enjoy an Oskar Blues brew. RSVP on facebook.com.
About Oskar Blues Brewing
Colorado-based Oskar Blues’ Brevard brewery is one of the largest beer producers in Western North Carolina. With an outdoor patio bar, the Tasty Weasel taproom is open daily and hosts free tours of the brewery. Beer’s the focus, but there are plenty of other attractions at the location. The Oskar Blues CHUBwagon food truck serves up some of the best burgers and fries around. Local and regional bands perform on-site five nights a week. It’s also a great kickoff point for Pisgah National Forest, just a 10-minute bike ride away.