Easton Main Street Initiative Begins “Light A Night” Campaign

Oct 13th, 2015Press Release from Easton Main Street Initiative

Easton, PA, October 13, 2015 – Easton Main Street Initiative (EMSI) announced the opening of their annual “Light A Night” campaign this past week.  In order to ensure the continuation of this very important tradition, EMSI is seeking your support.  Generous donations of $30 per sponsored day will help defray costs and allow supporters to honor a loved one, send a holiday greeting, or promote their business.  Candle sponsors will be listed in the official event program, be displayed on signage in Centre Square throughout the holiday season, and listed on the EMSI website (www.eastonmainstreet.org).

Dates available for sponsorship are Saturday, November 28th, 2015, through Monday, January 18th, 2016.

This year’s lighting and open house will take place on Saturday, November 28th, from 11:00am to 7:00pm. The event coincides with Small Business Saturday, a national event which reminds shoppers to support small business.

“The entire day is shaping up to be a wonderful, classic kick-off to the holidays. Our sidewalks are bustling and our stores are glowing. The event has grown each year along with the families who make this a holiday tradition. We look forward to growing the event along with all the fabulous reasons to come Downtown and shop locally,” said Easton Main Street Initiative manager, Kim Kmetz.

For more information on sponsoring a night of light for the Peace Candle, visit www.EastonMainStreet.org/light-a-night or contact volunteer Gail Glazer at (610) 252-3852. Sponsorship dates will be open through November 1st, 2015.

For more information on the Easton Main Street Initiative organization, visit us online at www.EastonMainStreet.org.

Easton Main Street Initiative (EMSI) is a subsidiary of Greater Easton Development Partnership, a registered 501c3. EMSI’s mission is to promote/encourage/enhance the economic strength and vitality of Easton’s central business district through volunteer and community driven efforts.


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