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O-Zell Dinner

Dinner and soda at Melvyn's Restaurant in Palm Springs.

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O-Zell Soda is launching new flavors. Come join us for a celebration dinner in Palm Springs as we taste the sodas made famous by Walt Disney and his father Elias (you can find the full story at O-Zell.com). 


Palm Springs is the perfect fun location for us to launch our newest flavors, Cherry Jubilee and Pineapple Whip. The dinner will be hosted by pop culture humorist Charles Phoenix, and the good folks at Rocket Fizz and O-Zell Soda. You are sure to have a great time as we eat, drink and make merry at Melvin’s, a restaurant which looks as though Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. might walk through the door at any moment.  

Tickets are just $49 per person and any proceeds will benefit the Center for Early Childhood Creativity at the Walt Disney Birthplace. 

Date: Sunday, October 4th

Time: 5:30 pm until approximately 7:30 pm

Location: Melvyn’s Restaurant 

200 W Ramon Rd

Palm Springs, CA 92264

 

All guests are invited to join us prior to dinner (any time between noon at 5pm) at the Rocket Fizz store at 155 S Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262. The store will be offering O-Zell specials and will host Disney Imagineer Terri Hardin (who will be carving pumpkins), Humorist Charles Phoenix, Mike Quinn (creature maker from the Muppets and Star Wars), and Monte the Monorail (an original Walt Disney World Monorail you can take your photo in front of).

We've got a whole lot of fun planned for this special O-Zell Soda launch. For more information, please visit www.o-zell.com//events. COME JOIN US AND SHARE THE NEWS WITH YOUR FRIENDS!

 


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Melvyn's Palm Springs 200 W Ramon Rd, Palm Springs, ca, 92264, United States Get Directions

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O-Zell Soda, in benefit of The Center for Early Childhood Creativity and Innovation at The Walt Disney Birthplace Restoration

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