Tuesday, January 31, 2012


‘First Fridays’ are back for 2012 in downtown Greenville!

Join friends, family or co-workers to experience the wonderfully festive atmosphere of ‘First Fridays’ in downtown Greenville. On the first Friday of each month from February through December, downtown Greenville comes alive from 6-9 pm with businesses staying open while promoting a different theme each month– showcasing downtown as the place to be!

‘First Fridays’ begin on February 3 with a Wedding Walk theme. Sponsored by Romer’s Catering, St. Clair Manor and Daily Advocate, this event highlights over 20 downtown businesses that serve the wedding industry. The free event allows brides, grooms, attendants, parents or anyone wanting to explore downtown in the evening to do so at a relaxed pace and setting. The Wedding Walk begins at Romer’s Catering where a map and passport will be provided. The map will highlight businesses on the walk and the category they serve for weddings and newly weds. While on the walk enjoy venue tours of Romer’s Catering & St. Clair Manor, how to get that wedding day glow, wedding wear fashion show, honeymoon destinations & the matching apparel, blissful bouquet workshop, and a chance to win a downtown gift basket valued over $500.00 by filling up the passport and dropping it off at St. Clair Manor.

Businesses participating in this ‘First Fridays‘ include AAA, The A&B Coffee & Cake Co., AMS Uniforms, The Bootery, Bread of Life, Brenda’s Beanery, Candy Bouquet, Cavalier Clothing, Commercial Printing, Country Primitives, Daily Advocate, ElementsLife, Granny’s Corner, KitchenAid Experience, The Ivy League, Janet’s Bakery, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Montage CafĂ©, Pamela’s Intimate Apparel, Readmore’s Hallmark, Romer’s Catering, St. Clair Manor, and Youniques Boutique.

‘First Fridays’ is presented by Main Street Greenville, a non-profit organization committed to stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth in Historic Downtown Greenville. To learn more, visit www.DowntownGreenville.org or call 937-548-4998.

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