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Cheerwine 100th Birthday in Downtown Salisbury NC

It was a extremely warm day in Downtown Salisbury, but thousands showed up to celebrate Cheerwine's 100th birthday on May 20th. There was a huge crowd and turnout for the festivities! I've never seen Salisbury with so many Cheerwine fans. I loved it!!! I love Cheerwine!

Cheerwine is definitely a local legend here in our town. If ya didn't know Cheerwine is made here in Salisbury!  I love that they are local and have made such a mark on Salisbury. Cheerwine is definitely a favorite in our household with it's sweet cherry goodness!!! My daughter is only one but loves when I give her a sip of my Cheerwine. She could probably have the whole cup if I let her. We enjoyed the BBQ food trucks! They were great with the free Cheerwine! Our favorite was Nana's Porch. We even voted for them in the BBQ contest.

Check out photos from the Cheerwine bash below!

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