On December 22, 2021

‘Real Rutland Feud’ returns to the Paramount Theatre for 2022

RUTLAND—Chamber & Economic Development of the Rutland Region (CEDRR) recently announced the return of the annual local favorite “Real Rutland Feud” to the Paramount Theatre set for Saturday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m.

The “Real Rutland Feud” is based on the popular TV game show “Family Feud.” Unable to take place in 2021, this year’s teams for the “Real Rutland Feud” are ready to take the stage for the event’s fourth appearance in Rutland.

Executive director of the Paramount Theatre, Eric Mallette, will once again host.

“The staff at Chamber & Economic Development of the Rutland Region look forward to the return of the ‘Real Rutland Feud’ which we promise will bring an evening of laughter and great entertainment to our community, while raising money for a great cause,” said Lyle Jepson, executive director for CEDRR.

The event this year will feature 10 teams from local businesses and organizations that will go head-to-head to see who will take home the winning trophy.

Teams facing off in the 4th annual “Real Rutland Feud” will be:

  • Castleton University vs. Community College of Vermont
  • Housing Trust of Rutland County vs. NeighborWorks of Western Vermont
  • Rutland County Solid Waste District vs. Intrinsic Property Services
  • Rutland City Fire Department vs. Rutland City Police Department
  • The Pines vs. The Gymnasium

Audience participation will take place during “Minute to Win It” just before the final lightning round and audience members will compete for prizes by mastering various challenges. Proceeds from the event will benefit CEDRR’s regional marketing initiative, Real Rutland.

Tickets will go on sale Saturday, Jan. 8 at 10 a.m. for $30 each and will be available during regular businesses hours at the Paramount Theatre box office or online anytime at paramountvt.org. For more information visit: rutlandvermont.com/realrutlandfeud.

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