York Halloween Parade Just 10 Days Away
(October 19, 2017, York, Pa.): There is still time for area businesses and non-profits to be a part of the 2017 York Halloween Parade, presented by York Traditions Bank and Eventive, the event planning and production division of the York Revolution. The 68th edition of the annual tradition steps off at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 29, and registration is open at www.yorkhalloweenparade.com .
Primary parade sponsor York Traditions Bank, which recently renewed its sponsorship of the parade and other Eventive offerings, is once again distributing registration fee waivers for 501(c) 3 non-profit organizations at its branches.
The 2017 parade centers on the theme "Graveyard Party!" Organizers and participants are celebrating the 68th Annual York Halloween Parade "zombie style." Participants are encouraged to use their creativity to display their best graveyard party and spook the living, as they cheer you on throughout the parade.
Carol Hill-Evans, state representative for the 95th legislative district, will serve as the 2017 York Halloween Parade Grand Marshal.
This year's parade is the fourth sponsored by York Traditions Bank, for whom organizers at Eventive expressed a sincere appreciation.
"We are very fortunate to have a partner like York Traditions that is so committed to keeping this great York tradition alive and free as a gift to our community," said Adam Nugent, director of Eventive. "Their support enables us to focus each year on the fun of the event, rather than the funding for it, and all of York benefits."
The parade will again begin at The York Fairgrounds at 2:00 p.m. and travel east on Market Street from Richland Avenue to Broad Street in downtown York. The route will feature a number of vendors as well as a Family Fun Zone, presented by CGA Law Firm, on the corner of Market and George Streets from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
For the third year, Maple Donuts has sponsored the tradition of art students from local school districts painting the windows of businesses along the parade route with original donut monster and donut-scape Halloween-themed art.
Menchey Music also renewed its support of the parade, offering $100 off in-store merchandise to the first 10 high school and junior high music programs to register. It is the fourth time the music supply chain has extended the offer.
For more information, visit www.yorkhalloweenparade.com .
Eventive is the event planning and production division of the York Revolution. Partnering with York Traditions Bank, Eventive hosts four annual community events in downtown York, including "July4York," "York Halloween Parade," "FestivICE: York's 'Laugh at the Cold' Ice Festival," and "Brews & Skews: A Carnival of Food." Eventive offers services and support to York-based NPOs, giving their staffs access to the marketing, sales, and event-production expertise of the York Revolution. For more information, please call 717-801-4489 or visit EventiveYork.com .
About York Traditions
York Traditions Bank was created to provide a new and innovative approach to banking that is built on solid traditional values and on leading edge and customer-friendly technology. Founded on October 28, 2002, York Traditions values its ties to the community and partnership with clients. York Traditions Bank has an administrative headquarters and five retail branches in York County and has announced its intentions to open (pending customary regulatory approvals) a Downtown York branch at the corner of North George and East Philadelphia Streets in the spring of 2018. For more information, visit www.YorkTraditionsBank.com .
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