Chamber continues to #8216;wrap-up#039; holiday
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce kicked off its “All Wrapped Up in the Spirit of Christmas” complimentary gift-wrap program this week.
By Thursday afternoon, approximately 100 locally purchased gift items had come through the Depot doors, Annie Glenn Branum of the C of C said.
“We've had a lot of people bring just one or two items. Then again, we had one lady bring a box with a dozen presents to us,” Branum said.
There is no limit to the number of gifts a shopper can bring in for
complimentary wrapping. Shoppers are also welcome to stop in as many times as they want to.
By the look of things this week, the Chamber has plenty of paper, boxes, ribbons and bows on hand to take care of the city's holiday wrapping needs.
“All we need from our shoppers is those proofs of purchase from Greenville businesses,” Branum said.
Shoppers are asked to wait while their purchases are being wrapped, with holiday refreshments and comfortable seating offered to them.
“Let us help make your holiday a little easier. Bring your locally bought gifts, and we'll have them wrapped for you in no time at all,” Branum said.
The complimentary gift-wrap program continues each weekday through Wed., Dec. 21, at the C of C Depot on Bolling St.
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