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Greenwich Design District Taste & Tour Event
October 17 @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Greenwich Design District announces their second annual Taste & Tour Event, “Setting the Scene for Fall” on October 17th from 4:30 to 7:30
Sixteen different shops will be participating in the evening. Their doors will be open inviting participants to discover the latest trends in interior design and entertaining. Attendees are encouraged to meet design influencers, view new exhibits, get a book signed, learn about the importance of good lighting, savor local food and cider, admire special designed windows, enjoy music and many more activities within each shop while enjoying their tour of the Greenwich Design District. The more shops each guest visits, the higher chance they have in winning a raffle prize. This is a great way to see what’s new all on one evening!
The Greenwich Design District is an opportunity for design related businesses to build relationships that will in turn help increase awareness and drive foot traffic to the participating shops. These relationships will generate trade programs, digital marketing, events, collaborations and more to benefit designers and consumers. The Greenwich Design District’s vision has been to grow to include more businesses, designers, architects etc. in the area, all while becoming the “go to” design destination in Connecticut.
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