December 02, 2014 // Franchising.com // BRENTWOOD, TENN. – Pinot's Palette of Brentwood, an upscale entertainment art studio known nationally for providing guests with a fun night out with painting and wine, will celebrate its grand opening with a fundraiser to benefit Ordinary Hero, a local non-profit organization dedicated to empowering people to help support children in need.
The event is scheduled for Dec. 13 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the new paint-and-sip studio at 690 Old Hickory Blvd., Ste. 102. The Brentwood studio's first public class is Dec. 12.
Franchisees Jake and Brooke Sanders said they will donate 100 percent of the proceeds from the charity night to the organization.
"We are very excited to provide an evening of fun and entertainment while raising money for such a worthwhile, local cause," Jake said. "We selected Ordinary Hero because it is important to our guests and plays an important role in the Brentwood community."
Jake's entrepreneurial roots go back to his mother, Pattie Sanders, who owned a McDonald's franchise for nearly 30 years and is also a partner in the Brentwoood studio. He says that both he and his wife knew they wanted to own a business together and while living in Florida, Brooke attended a birthday party at a local Pinot's Palette and that served as the inspiration to start a new life and a new home. They relocated to the Nashville area to open the Brentwood studio and also plan to open another in Knoxville.
"Pinot's Palette is a very versatile concept and is therapeutic – anyone can go to have fun, relax, and enjoy the classes solo or with family and friends, whether it be for a girls night out, mother-daughter night, date night, birthdays, corporate events, or any other reason to celebrate," Brooke said.
Since its inception in 2009, the Pinot's Palette mission has been to bring art to everyone in a fun way. Pinot's Palette offers an extensive library of artwork tested for all skill levels, as well as the ability to create paintings with local appeal. Guests can register online to attend two- or three-hour painting classes where they recreate the featured painting of the night, guided by a local artist. The studio is also available for private events.
Pinot's Palette of Brentwood provides the art supplies needed for the class. Public classes are held in a roomy main studio with capacity for up to 64 painters. Guests provide their own wine, beer or non-alcoholic drinks and food. The studio provides wine glasses, corkscrews and ice buckets.
More information is available at https://www.pinotspalette.com/brentwood.
Pinot's Palette is a pioneer of the paint and sip experience – a revolutionary way to enjoy art and wine, meet new people and bond with friends. With nearly 100 locations across the country and new locations popping up, Pinot's Palette is the fastest-growing paint and sip franchise in the country. Guests enjoy a no-experience-required art class - all supplies included - directed by trained, local artists, who guide guests step-by-step through a featured painting. By bringing fun, modern and creative ideas to their events, Pinot's Palette curates a unique, rewarding experience while providing a worthwhile contribution to the community. For more information, visit www.PinotsPalette.com.
SOURCE Pinot's Palette