From our friends at everyday cook in Kerrytown:
Hello everyone. We typically reserve these emails for announcing upcoming classes and events, but today we are asking for your help.
As many of you know, the city of Ann Arbor has one liquor license available that has been eagerly sought by more than 30 businesses. As many of you also know, Everyday Cook is seeking a liquor license so that we can offer wine tastings, wine classes, wine and beer with our meals, and much more. Also, we’ll be donating fifty cents for every glass of wine to Food Gatherers, a local nonprofit organization. But what you may not know is this: We are a finalist.
Here’s where we need your help. At this coming Monday’s Ann Arbor City Council Meeting (Monday, Nov. 12), Mary Campbell, owner of Everyday Wines and Everyday Cook will be speaking. As we understand it, having people there to show support for our cause will seriously help our chances. So here’s the deal: It won’t take much time. Come to the city council meeting at 7:00 PM, leave by 8:00 PM. Clap, whoop, and shout when Mary speaks. Then you’re done.
So, if you have an hour to show your support for the Everyday Cook experience, we’d really appreciate it. Here’s the pertinent info:
City Council Meeting Monday November 12
2nd Floor, City Hall. 100 N. Fifth, Ann Arbor
7:00 PM to 8;00 PM
Plenty of free parking across the street at the Bank of Ann Arbor
And while we’d love to see you in person, if you can’t make it and would like to support us by sending an email to your city council representative, you can scroll down this link:
Thank you very much for your support,
From the folks behind the counters and in the kitchen at Everyday Wines
and Everyday Cook