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1812 Hitching Post recognized as top wedding venue

WeddingWire, the nation’s leading wedding technology company, is pleased to announce that The 1812 Hitching Post in Turnersburg has been recognized as an outstanding ceremony and reception site by WeddingWire in its annual Bride’s Choice Awards.
Recognition for the awards is determined by recent reviews and extensive surveys from more than 750,000 WeddingWire newlyweds. 1812 Hitching Post couples are among those who shared their experiences on www.WeddingWire.com, the largest wedding review site in the nation.
The 1812 Hitching Post has been recognized as among the top five percent of wedding professionals in the WeddingWire community, representing quality and service excellence within the wedding industry. Awards were given to the top wedding professionals across 20 service categories, from wedding venues to wedding photographers.
The 1812 Hitching Post was voted as one of the best wedding venues in North Carolina within the WeddingWire Network, which includes MarthaStewartWeddings.com and Weddingbee.com.
The 1812 Hitching Post specializes in plantation-style all-inclusive weddings and special events. Located just north of Statesville on US Hwy. 21, The 1812 Hitching Post is the former home of North Carolina Senator C. V. Henkel, Jr. It is also the birthplace of North Carolina Lt. Governor Wilford D. Turner, for whom Turnersburg, North Carolina, was named.
Contact Wendy Waldron at 704 546-5443 or e-mail 1812hp@gmail.com for an appointment to visit. For more information, please visit www.1812hitchingpost.com.

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