Get a free junior fruit smoothie, with the help of this Tamarac hay art at Veterans Memorial Park in downtown Fremont. From left, Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial’s business development specialist Emily Folkema, Wellness Center Supervisor Justin Aman, and Nancy Luchies, administrative support coordinator, test out the art.
Tamarac hay art lets visitors connect with a free smoothie, via their smartphone
FREMONT – During the Harvest Festival, a smartphone and a selfie are just about all you need to get a free refreshing smoothie at Tamarac’s café.
Starting from now through Sept. 28, Tamarac is giving away a free junior fruit smoothie to anyone who snaps a selfie on Tamarac’s hay art, located at Veterans Memorial Park on Main Street in downtown Fremont; tags @TamaracWellness on Facebook; and then brings the tagged Facebook photo to Tamarac’s Welcome Center.
“At Tamarac, we’re always trying to find fun new ways to interact with our community and our members, so we thought we’d build our hay art around the theme of relaxation and nutrition,” said Justin Aman, Tamarac Wellness Center supervisor. “We’re excited we can use technology and a landmark local celebration to help folks have some fun and at the same time, say thank you to our community for their support of Tamarac.”
BONUS! Cupcakes in the Park:
As part of Gerber Memorial’s 100th anniversary, the community is invited to enjoy cupcakes at Veterans Memorial Park in downtown Fremont following the Harvest Festival Parade on Thursday, Sept. 20, starting after the parade ends, around 7 p.m., to 8 p.m.