The Democratic National Convention this week got serviced by the likes of Two Rivers Winery and Decadence Gourmet Cheesecakes. Two Rivers donated to a charity event while Decadence Gourmet merely had its name on a vendor list. Due to miscommunication with convention organizers, the cheesecake makers could not set up their booth for the DNC.
Lee Mathis of Decadence Gourmet Cheesecakes in Grand Junction told the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel that, "--he’s just happy for the free advertising that goes along with being on the DNC vendor list.
“'I wouldn’t have wanted a booth anyway,” Mathis said. “I’ve been at too many political conventions before and, trust me, it’s a zoo. I get more business here than I’d get over there.'”
Decadence Gourmet bakes an unusual line of "Cheesecakes in a Jar." Decadence launched this product line at the Downtown Grand Junction Farmer's Market in June of 2006
For its part, Grand Junction’s Two Rivers Winery provided the wine at a charity event for the homeless, one of a number of events Friday beore the convention began. The winery donated 14 cases.
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