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Monthly video “Shout Out” features Cravin’ Wine!

Diane Moses, Co-owner of Cravin’ Wine joined Thea Kincaid and me for New Bern Now’s monthly video “Shout Outs” for local businesses and non-profits on February 21, 2013.

This video is one of a series of three that will post in the next couple of days. I would’ve published them sooner, but I had to take care of family matters out of state.

Diane was happy to tell us more about Cravin’ Wine that was established in 2010. She considers Cravin’ Wine as a “home town wine store” that offers 150 varieties of wines from around the world. You can purchase most of them for $20 or under.

Diane and her husband, Co-owner Dan Moses host monthly wine tastings and pairings and provide special services to include gift baskets, deliveries, unique orders and much more!

Side note: Knowing nothing about wine, but wanting to buy a gift for a friend, I stopped by Cravin’ Wine and Dan was more than happy to educate me about the different wines.

Diane and Dan are very passionate about their business and are very active in our community.

Visit their website or “Like” them on Facebook to stay up to date on the latest happenings.

For more information, visit them at 1706-A Highway 70 East, New Bern, NC 28560, or call 252-514-CORK (2675).

Special thanks to Marcie Mills, the General Manager of The DoubleTree by Hilton in New Bern for providing a venue for our local community to spread their message!

The next video “Shout Out” event is planned for March 21st at 10am at the DoubleTree by Hilton (Third Thursday of every month). Learn more about this free and unique marketing opportunity for your non-profit or business by visiting New Bern Now’s previous article and video.

For more information, please call New Bern Now at 252-638-6858 or send an email to Thea Kincaid or Wendy Card.

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