Tri-Cities Newly Launched “Ales And Tails” Lets You Take Your Dog On A Date!
My co-worker is obsessed with her dog Hamilton and I don't blame her he's adorable! If you and your furry best friend want to have fun around Tri-Cities, there is now a new "Doggie" pass worth checking out!
It's a recently launched pass called "Ales and Tails" from Visit Tri-Cities.
Is The "Ales and Tails" Pass Free?
It's a free pass that gives you discounts and plenty of places to eat and explore around the Tri-Cities with your favorite pals.
All you need is an email and a phone to get signed up for the free "Ales and Tails" pass and according to Visit Tri-Cities, there are plenty of discounts on the pass as well.
Who's Featured On The "Ales and Tails" Pass?
Some of the featured places to take advantage of include White Bluffs Brewery, Enddive Eatery, Moonshot Brewery, Masala Indian Cuisine, and many many more including Doggie Style Gourmet.
There are nine places in total in the Tri-Cities to take your pooch on a doogie date and most of the places offer a 20% discount or more off of your meals and drinks.
Michael Novakovich, President & CEO of Visit Tri-Cities says the new pass is similar to Visit Tri-Cities already popular "Wine" pass.
Here are the details from the Visit Tri-Cities website:
The Tri-Cities is best explored with your dog by your side. With the free Tri-Cities Ales & Tails Pass, you can enjoy more than the area’s endless trails and three rivers with your four-legged friend. Local breweries and restaurants are offering deals and discounts for you and your dog to get the most out of your Tri-Cities experience. Earn a free Visit Tri-Cities dog tag when you and your dog check-in at least five of our participating pet-friendly partners! Dog tags are available while supplies last.
The special dog tags won't last long so sign up and get your special "Ales and Tails" pass before they are gone.
How Do I Get A "Ales and Tails" Pass?
If you are a dog-obsessed owner and want to plan some special dates, why not check out the pass?
You can check out more details on the "Ales and Tails" pass here.
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