Wine and Harvest Festival Sponsors

The Paw Paw Wine and Harvest Festival Board and the Village would like to thank all of the sponsors who make this event possible.  We ask that you take time to thank the sponsors, as they the life line for the Paw Paw Community.  They support everything from our festival to local little league to your Church event to the events local service clubs offer like the food pantry.

Event Sponsors:

St. Julian Wine Company – Parade Sponsor
Coca-Cola Refreshments – Grape Stomp Sponsor
Paw Paw Downtown Development Authority – Fireworks Sponsor
Wal-Mart

Platinum Level Sponsors:

Midwest Energy Cooperative - Lakefront Entertainment
Hiemstra Optical

Gold Level Sponsors:

Seelye of Paw Paw  
Educational Community Credit Union
Warner Vineyards
Honor Credit Union
Old National Bank

Silver Level Sponsors:

Keystone Community Bank
Bronson Lakeview Hospital
Advia Credit Union
Paw Paw Wine Distributors
Keystone Community Bank
Brewster's at the Dyckman
Leduc Blueberries
Chemical Bank
John Tapper Automotive
Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan
Maple Lake Assisted Living
Golden Star Realty
Bestway Disposal
Tapper Towing

Bronze Level Sponsors:

IHS Distributing
Bos and Bronsink Equipment
Amore Pizza
Foune Well Drilling
Woodfield Apartments
Hills Prescription Shop
Cancun Mexican Restaurant
Betzler & Thompson Life Story Funeral Homes
Cody Kresta Vineyard & Winery
Copper Grille
Gallagher’s Eatery & Pub
Comfort Inn & Suites Of Paw Paw
Crystal Flash Energy
Fifth Third Bank
LaCantina Ristorante Italiano
The Sugar Bear
Mattawan Pet Supplies
12 Corners Winery

Sponsors:

Dondi Squires State Farm Insurance
Meyer Wood Products
Illusions Hair Salon
Bloomingdale Communications
Walt & Marie's Country Market
Edward Jones Investments
Great Lakes Belting & Supply Co.

In-Kind Sponsors:

Best Way Disposal
Courier Leader
Oxley Farms
Mroczek Sod Farm
South Haven Packaging
The UPS Store
Dr. Pepper/Snapple
The Strand Theatre

Thank you to all our sponsors, without you, the Wine & Harvest Festival would not be able to continue at the level the community and visitors currently enjoy each September.