Diana Willis doesn’t just come packing sandwiches.






When you think of Jason’s Deli you’re reminded of fresh sandwiches and hot soup, but Diana Willis is making sure that’s not the end of the story. Diana and her team that run the stores in Southwest Florida work hard to be a partner to the community and our bellies. Here at Twisted Strings we are more than happy to have Diana Willis and Jason’s Deli as a VIP for our festival.  

Diana has spent almost 20 years building her franchise while also falling in love with her community. In that time she has become a season sponsor for the SWFL Symphony, promoter for the Barbara B. Mann High School Musical competition, which she attended every performance, a chairperson with PACE Center for Girls in Lee County and has sponsored two homes with Habitat for Humanity. Diana’s newest venture is contributing to Twisted Strings. You might be sad to find there won’t be any broccoli cheese soup at the festival, however without her the show might not go on.

Rachel Peacock was our messenger from WGCU, but it was Diana’s love of bringing the city together and wanting to hear some new style of music that sold her on Twisted Strings. Knowing this year’s festival would be something she didn’t want to miss out on.

“Ideally it’s a great time of year to enjoy music outdoors in SWFL. Those who love classical will be entertained as much as anyone who appreciates the love of music.”  

“It gives others new perspectives on how the strings are played, crossing over many genres.”   

We thank Diana and Jason’s Deli for being a part of the Twisted Strings family and know she is just as excited as we are for the festival!

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