Lexington Chamber announces Dining on the Dam
Lexington, SC (Angelica Iglesias) – The Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center is teaming up with Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation to host the very first Dining on the Dam event on April 7, 2019. This unique dining experience is intended to connect the Midlands community while enjoying a beautiful view and delicious food.
The South Carolina Department of Agriculture will ensure guests are served Certified South Carolina Grown produce. The food will be served by Southern Way Catering, and Something Borrowed, LLC will create the events atmosphere. Drinks and alcoholic beverages will be available. Live entertainment will be provided by the Reggie Sullivan Band.
Although guests are encouraged to carpool and/or make arrangements for transportation especially if they choose to drink, attendees will receive a parking pass via email when they purchase their tickets. Parking will be on a first come basis at the SCE&G Public Parks on both sides of the dam. Drivers that park on the Irmo side of the dam will be transported by bus to the event entrance.
The Lake Murray Dam will be shut down from 8:00 am to midnight on April 7 for the dinner; this includes the walking path on the dam. The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department will be controlling the traffic and ensuring all guests are kept safe during the event.
Lexington Chamber Board Chair Troy Simpson led the announcement of Dining on the Dam at the Lake Murray Public Park in Lexington today, October 23. Chairman of Lexington County Council Debbie Summers and CEO of Nephron Pharmaceuticals Lou Kennedy also gave remarks on their excitement for the event.
There are many sponsors helping Dining on the Dam become a realty. Their Tower Sponsors are BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina and the Lexington Medical Center. Their Purple Martin Sponsors are Burkett Burkett & Burkett CPA, CresCom Bank, Great Southern Homes, Herndon Chevrolet, ProScapes, Spherion Staffing, Splash Omnimedia, and Wingate by Wyndham Columbia/Lexington.
Tickets are on sale now at www.lexingtonsc.org for $99 each. Entry, parking, food, and drinks are included with each ticket. Dining on the Dam will begin at 5:00 p.m. and end at 9:00 p.m.
Below is an interview with Lexington ChamberCEO/President Otis Rawl, and the second video is the press announcement at Lake Murray Public Park: