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Saturday, September 7, 2013

The 'TASTE OF FRANCE" visits Bryant Park (NYC) on September 28th & 29th--Attend or Volunteer by Philip S. Kampe





 
 


     
   
     




   Enjoy the FRENCH life on September 28th & 29th at Bryant Park in NYC,,,













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Dear French Food and Beverage Friends of France!
You don't have to be French (which I am) to take part and enjoy what is being billed as 'The Largest Event in the World Dedicated to France'.
Attend or Volunteer (see below) your time on September 28th & 29th at NYC's famous Bryant Park (42nd Street & 6th Avenue).
Entrance is complimentary.
What you will discover is the many facets of French life.
Please visit the website: www.TasteofFrance.com to get a better understanding.
It is worth the trip to be part of this 'historic venue'.
Philip S. Kampe

You may have already heard about the great TASTE OF FRANCE show, which will take place on September 28 & 29, 2013 in the heart of New York City, in Bryant Park.

This show, the largest event in the world dedicated to France, is placed under the high patronage and in the presence of: Mr. Laurent Fabius, French Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Mr. Guillaume Garot, French minister for Agribusiness, and is expecting the presence of over 100 000 visitors!

You will find here information that will give you a good idea of how diversified this amazing show is, allowing you to discover the many facets of France (like its technology) with which you may not be familiar. You can also find more details on the show website at www.TasteofFrance.com.

A lot of activities for the whole family, a great opportunity to learn, discover, eat well, drink, and have a lot of fun

The entrance to this 2-day show is complimentary (only certain special events require tickets which can be booked online). See below Example of activities:
See the amazing inside of a Boeing and Airbus engine manufactured by the Safran Group.
Construction of Paris thanks to the Dassault Systèmes revolutionary technology.
Admire the impressive savoir-faire of a true master metal worker from les Métalliers Champenois, using in front of you the famous technique of "repoussage" to create a metal rosette.
Experience the art and science of perfume creation by the master Perfumers from Mane and Crafting Beauty who will distillate freshly imported wild lavender from Provence and create in front of your eyes, your very own Taste of France perfume.
Enjoy complimentary Hair and Beauty sessions by the experts from L'Oreal.
Take an amazing Tour de France of the 10 wine regions along with 20 of the top New York sommeliers there to guide you, and taste over 100 exceptional wines and champagnes.
Taste the delicious dishes of 30 top French chefs from Les Maitres Cuisiniers de France and the Academie Culinaire de France while seeing a cabaret performance for Brunch or early dinner.
See the talent of a master sculptor who will craft a piece of art made out of "President" butter.
Come and experience a little bit of French Art de Vivre :

Visit the Apéritif à la Française Corner
Organized by Sopexa, these laid-back get-togethers, familiarly called "apéro" in French, are a way for friends and family to enjoy tasty bites, cocktails or a glass of wine, and good conversation …

Created in 2004 by Sopexa and supported by the French Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Apéritif à la Française is celebrating its 10th anniversary with celebrations across 10 major cities around the world.

So come help us celebrate this real tradition at Taste of France!

Don't wait, come on and join the festivities!
Please book online your tickets to the special events ASAP seats are limited! Visit NOW: www.tasteoffrance.com.
Spread the word: circulate this email to your friends and families!
Volunteer if you want to help (500 volunteers are needed for one or more periods of 4 hours), click here for more information. Volunteers get 2 complimentary dishes from the French chefs, and are entered for a chance to win a round trip ticket (New York-Paris) on Air France.
We look forward to seeing you all at this one of a kind event on Saturday September 28 and Sunday September 29 in Bryant Park.

Warm regards,


Pauline Oudin
Managing Director



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