Kent, WA, July 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Smith Brothers Farms is committed to supporting the community it serves, and what better way than with a kids’ music festival? Kids of all ages will have fun dancing to these local sell-outs: Caspar Babypants, The Not-Its!, and Recess Monkey on Aug. 13 at The Bowl at Redhook Brewery in Woodinville. Register today at www.peps.org/support/pepsapalooza.
In between music acts, entertainment will include jump rope sensation Rene Bibaud, Turk the Magic Genie, Tumblebus, face-painting by Tangerine Tales, and arts and crafts. Kids can board a Smith Brothers Farms milk truck and meet the Dairy Fairy and Bessie the Cow.
“We wanted to help raise awareness and funds for PEPS, which stands for Program for Early Parent Support. Many of our customers have been involved with this great program, and we want to support the programs our community cares about,” says Scott Highland, President of Smith Brothers Farms.
Smith Brothers Farms delivers dairy and other local products to more than 45,000 homes throughout the Puget Sound. It connects people with local farmers and provides them with premium fresh products, exceptional service, and the convenience of home delivery.
Smith Brothers Farms uses only the highest grade all-natural, hormone-free milk from healthy cows. It uses the gold-standard method for pasteurization and the most stringent methods to test milk quality, delivering the freshest milk possible, in environmentally friendly packaging. Other products it delivers include: eggs, cheese, cream, butter, and breakfast staples such as bagels, granola and coffee. One customer referred to Smith Brothers Farms as “a local treasure and a modern continuation of the best parts of our past.”
For more information on Smith Brothers Farms, visit www.smithbrothersfarms.com; call 1-877-MILKMAN (645-5626); or email email@example.com.