“You just may see the grape stomp this year. There’s a good possibility we’re going to expand on the Italian connection,” she said.
The festival is advertised locally on radio and television, as well as in the newspapers, Fry-Trommald said.
Social media is also becoming an important part of the committee’s marketing efforts for the festival.
“We’re making an effort to use Facebook, and it seems to be paying off with the comments we get from folks,” Fry-Trommald said.