Tap into Tryon potentialPublished 4:09pm Tuesday, November 13, 2012
While many of the visitors were occupied tasting samples of beers like Pumpkin Ale and Pacolet Amber, and not necessarily perusing shops, they did see the atmosphere of Tryon on a beautiful weekend.
They saw the stores and restaurants once again filling main street windows, and hopefully, will be intrigued enough to come back to shop for Christmas presents or spend a weekend next summer in the mountains.
TDDA expects to bring in around $5,000 from this event to put toward future promotion of the town. The impact goes beyond this dollar amount though.
TDDA and its promotions committee want to attract people to town and they deserve credit for the energy they put into this and other events like the Halloween Stroll and Tryon Gallery Trots.
Next up, the Christmas Stroll.
- Tryon Daily Bulletin editorial staff