In keeping with their ongoing support of the Cape May County community, Kindle Auto Plaza will host the first annual Kindle Community Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 5 from 12-8 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the HERO campaign, which promotes designated drivers to prevent drunk driving and the educational programs of Cape May Forum. The family event will feature live bands, authentic German oompah music, German dancers, rides and games for the kids, delicious food and drink and of course, beer.
Local vendors are supporting what will become an annual tradition, including Cape May Brewing Company, Warsteiner, Mudhen Brewing Company, Nauti Spirits, Slack Tide, Cold Spring Brewery, Cape May Soda Company, Herbal Mist Iced Tea, and more. The event will have food from the Pretzel Shop in Cape May Courthouse, smoked meats from Smoke & Adel, and so much more. For entertainment, there will be live performances from Subliminal Message, Brandon Ireland Band and traditional German music and dancing from the Bernie Orchestra. Amusement rides and traditional Oktoberfest games guarantee plenty of family fun.
Partnering with Kindle for this event is the HERO Campaign, the organization dedicated to combatting intoxicated driving throughout the country through the use of designated drivers.
“The John R. Elliott HERO Campaign is proud to be a beneficiary of the Kindle Auto Group’s Oktoberfest. Kindle has been a long-standing friend and sponsor of the HERO Campaign and our mission to prevent drunk driving. We invite everyone to stop by our tent at the festival for a chance to win valuable HERO giveaways and learn about our programs and upcoming events,” said campaign chairman and CEO Bill Elliott.
The Kindle Community Oktoberfest will take place at Kindle Auto Plaza, located at 525 Stone Harbor Blvd. in Cape May Court House. For more information about the event, call 609-465-5000, visit www.kindleautoplaza.com, or search for the Kindle Oktoberfest event on Facebook.