Event: Chattanooga Tweet Up!

Friday and Saturday, August 12 and 13, 2011
Anticipation continues to grow for the first large-scale cigar event to be held in Chattanooga, Tennessee: the 2011 Tweet-Up. The event is being hosted by Burns Tobacconist and the Chattanooga Billiards Club, with two locations in the city; and is being organized and promoted by members of two popular cigar blogs: the Tiki Bar Online and Stogie Review.

The event begins on Friday, August 12, with an afternoon herf at Burns East (110 Jordan Drive, 423-855-5686) before those in attendance that day head to AT&T Field to see the Chattanooga Lookouts Minor League Baseball game (the Lookouts are an affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers). We have reserved a luxury suite for between 20 and 30 people.

Saturday’s mega-herf begins at Burns East at 11:00 a.m. and continues until 6:00 p.m., with plenty of time to chat and mingle and get to know some of the other cigar-lovers that have traveled from all across the country to attend. It’s also a great time to meet and get to talk to our special guests, Jon Huber (Crowned Heads), Matt Booth (Room 101 Cigars), and Frank Herrera (La Caridad del Cobre).

At 6:00, we will leave Burns East and travel to Burns Downtown where we will reassemble at 7:00 p.m. for dinner and a liquor tasting, which we are calling “A Taste of Tennessee.” Featured libations will include Jack Daniels and George Dickel Tennessee Whiskeys.

Two packages will be available for purchase: the Friday/Saturday Package includes attendance to the baseball game, a Chattanooga Tweet-Up T-Shirt, and admission to the Taste of Tennessee Liquor Tasting, as well as a 5-pack of cigars; it will cost $35 (plus tax). The Saturday Package includes the commemorative T-Shirt, the Liquor Tasting, and the cigar 5-pack; it will cost $25 (plus tax). Either of these two packages will also earn the purchaser one raffle ticket.

Excellent deals on cigars will be available throughout the event. All single-stick purchases, up to 19 cigars, will receive a 10% discount; buying 10 singles will also get another raffle ticket. Buying a box or box equivalent (20 cigars or more) will get you a 20% discount and 3 more raffle tickets. Many fine cigar manufacturers are donating cigars and/or door prizes for the raffle (to be held at 5:30 on Saturday). These companies include: Oliva Cigar Company, Drew Estate, La Gloria Cubana, A.J.
Fernandez, Miami Cigar and Company, 262 Cigars, Emilio Cigars, Room 101 Cigars, La Caridad del Cobre, and Toraño Family Cigars.

For full updated information about the Chattanooga Tweet-Up-2011, please visit www.TikiBarOnline.com.