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7th Annual South Carolina Cornbread Festival

Announcing the 7th Annual South Carolina Cornbread Festival presented by North Columbia Business Association in partnership with the City of Columbia, Richland County, Woodforest National Bank and numerous community businesses and organizations throughout the Columbia area. The event is Saturday, March 23, 2019, from 11am-7pm at 2024 Main St, Columbia, SC 29201

The event will feature an entire day of entertainment, food, fun for every family member, Visitor and every community! The kids will love the Corn Muffin Playland and with FREE carnival rides, plus bounce houses, face painting, balloon animals, karaoke, lots of mascots, their own DJ, and more!

The Cornbread Classic Corn Hole Tournament will return as one of the festival highlights with competitors from across the country. Of course it wouldn’t be the South Carolina Cornbread Festival without the Cornbread Cook-Off, Cornbread Eating Contest, Cornbread Alley, and crafty vendors and great food trucks

The South Carolina Cornbread Festival benefits the Buddy & Benjamin Literacy program and the North Columbia Revitalization Project. NCBA Executive Director Sabrina Odom states: “The South Carolina Cornbread Festival has a vital purpose which is to help build up the CHILDREN of our community as well as existing and new BUSINESSES in our community. If we continue to come together to support the festival and each other, we can make a difference for both!”

NCBA would like to thank the following sponsors for their efforts in making the South Carolina Cornbread Festival a success: The City of Columbia, Richland County Woodforest National Bank, and SC Experience.

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Michael Bailey

Michael Bailey is the Chief Curator of Information at The MinorityEye a nationally recognized news blog that focuses on news, events and issues relevant minority communities. He is also an Integrated Marketing Communication Specialist at TME Media Group. His firm provides consulting and training services to non-traditional entrepreneurs as well as corporate, state and local agencies on how to develop integrated marketing strategies that connect with minority consumers.

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