Welcome to The WiYNNER’S CiRCLE!  A place where you can save big at local businesses and events!  See below for a list of many participating businesses and events like 50% Off Tickets to ShamRocked Beer Festival and more!   Other upcoming festivals at 50% Off will be “The Blues Fest” (in June), “The QuadState Beer Fest (in October) and the “Fall Back Winefest” (in November).   WiYNNER Circle members will get notified as soon as the discounted tickets go on sale!   

Oh, we are just getting started.  Scroll down or click below to check out all the local savings available to our members!

Cost is $69 Annually.

Use coupon code:  “twentyOff” to get $20 off your membership

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In addition to all the savings you will get with your WiYNNER’S Circle membership, you will also be supporting local non profits!  When joining, at checkout, choose a local non profit that a portion of your membership fees will be donated.

Each offer must be PRINTED in order to be redeemed.  Have FUN and take advantage now!

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Interstate Blues Fest featuring the Interstate Wine Fest!

The Interstate Festival Group proudly announces the 2nd annual INTERSTATE BLUES FEST on Friday June 12th & Saturday June 13th, 2020 at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center, just south of Hagerstown, MD.
The Interstate Festival Group is pleased to be hosting dozens of local restaurants, artists and crafters alongside 12+ regional wineries, 6+ area distilleries, …

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ShamRocked Beer Fest → August 8th, 2020

Raise your glass, it’s time for a beer. The annual ShamRocked Beer Fest is coming up soon this March! Spend a day full of beer, food, music, games, and more! Local and regional vendors and breweries are coming together t0 share their craft beer at the Washington County Agricultural Center …

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