Several of the businesses participating in the Chocolate display the tote bag ticket holders receive on the walk. Shown are Kirsten Berghoff, Readmore’s Hallmark; Bob Bitner, Countryside Bike Shop; Susan & Don Smearsoll, Bread of Life; Lelah Shoop, Youniques; Dalene Thomas, AAA; Antonia Baker, Second National Bank; Joan Brandt, Commercial Printing; and Rob Garrett, The Coffee Pot.
Readmore’s Hallmark along with Downtown Greenville merchants invite you to the “Downtown Greenville Chocolate Walk” in Greenville’s historic downtown district on Friday evening, November 18 from 6:00-9:00 pm. Twenty-five downtown businesses will provide chocolate treats on the Chocolate Walk route creating a great sense of place.
Tickets, $5, are available now at Readmore’s Hallmark, 524 S. Broadway. Only 150 tickets will be sold for this sweet event coinciding with downtown’s Holiday Open House. The self-guided Chocolate Walk will start at Readmore’s Hallmark where ticket holders will get the list of participating businesses and event tote bag for their goodies. Some treats you’ll enjoy on the spot, others you’ll be able to take home to savor later.
During the evening, free Horse Drawn Wagon Rides will be offered courtesy of Second National Bank from 6:00-9:00 pm to ring in the holiday season in Greenville.
Readmore’s Hallmark is the proud sponsor of the first “Downtown Greenville Chocolate Walk.” Proceeds from the Chocolate Walk will benefit Main Street Greenville to assist in keeping great events happening in the downtown business district.
For more information on this event or how you can contribute to Main Street Greenville’s downtownmatters! initiative, visit www.DowntownGreenville.org. Our Place, Our Stories, Our Future.