Shop Small Y'all Huge for Greene County MerchantsNovember 30, 2015
Saturday's Shop Small Y'all Scavenger Hunt Brings Out the Shoppers
Thanks to a dozen plus area merchants Greeneville's first organized Shop Small Saturday event was a success. Shoppers picked up their scavenger hunt cards at any of the participating merchants and headed out to shop, shop, shop 'til they dropped.
Toward the end of the day long event it became evident that some shoppers did just that. Seen on West Depot Street late afternoon was Tammy Kinser, Greene County's Tourism Director toting her bags of found treasures. She was seen going into Catalyst Coffee Company to no doubt get a large coffee to help her finish out her day along the Shop Small Y'all Scavenger Hunt route. Asked if she had been to all the stores she replied "Goodness no, there is so much to look at I can't possibly make to all of them and do them justice. That's okay I can get to them during the holidays. I have really enjoyed the day and hats off to all the merchants involved."
A big shout out goes to Angie Daniels-Taylor with Glory Days Greeneville/Vagabond Graphics for the hard work she did to pull this all together. Artistic Printers provided the event cards. Participating merchants this year included: Glory Days Greeneville/Vagabond Graphics, Art Space 4, The Burlap Bunny, MacAbbey Road Antiquities, Creamy Cup, Catalyst Coffee Company, Three Blind Mice, Greeneville Antique Market, Brolin & Bailey Company, Richland Creek Gifts, Broyles General Store, Towne Square Package Store, Esther & Ella's and Town and Country Pharmacy.
The community can't wait to see what they dream up for Shop Small Y'all 2016.
Winners of the contest, when announced, will be posted on www.mainstreetgreeneville.org