May 5, 2013 8:51 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
The fifth annual Flavor of SLO event was held Sunday.
A team of Cal Poly students paired up with the local non-profit, United Way of San Luis Obispo, to put on the event.
Guests could enjoy tastings from over 30 local restaurants, wineries, and breweries.
Proceeds benefit the local United Way, which provides education, income, and health services to local kids, seniors, and families.
"Everybody kinda knows the Central Coast as wine country, so we have our wineries, and then there's a lot of great restaurants, and it's basically just culminating that all together to produce this unique flavor of SLO," said Miles Fairchild, the Marketing Coordinator.
Flavor of SLO was created in 2009 by a Cal Poly student as a senior project.
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