Showcasing Southern hospitality, food and live music, Fall for Greenville will be taking place from October 14-16 in Greenville, SC. Named as one of “Country Living’s Best Fall Festivals to Celebrate the Season,” the event features more than 250 menu items from 40 different restaurants1. Entertainment is also a highlight of the festival which will feature six stages of free live music and a Thursday Night Kick-Off Concert.
To keep Greenville’s longest running street festival2 humming, more than 2,000 community volunteers will donate their time over the three-day event. In return for their service, the Fall of Greenville Board will donate event proceeds to several local charities and nonprofits. In 2015, over $43,000 was divided amongst 10 nonprofit organizations. In total, Fall for Greenville has gifted over $500,0003.
OneMain has been a presenting sponsor of Fall for Greenville since 2014 and we’re proud to be a main stage sponsor this year. Donna McClellan, Branch Manager of the Greenville branch and OneMain employee for over 20 years, will lead our onsite operations: “I’ve been in charge of Fall for Greenville from the very first year. This event has been a great team builder for our employees who contribute before, during and after the event. This year, we will also be supported by team members from local branches in Greenville, Anderson, Pickens, Spartanburg and Cherokee counties. We are all very excited for the opportunity to get our name out in the public and have a presence at this popular festival.”
The team plans to offer visitors much more than just conversation: “In addition to the stage sponsorship, we will have a raffle and great giveaways for people of all ages. Elliott Sadler’s OneMain NASCAR will also be onsite along with our race car simulators for fans to enjoy.”
If you plan to attend Fall for Greenville, stop by our booth and say hello!
For more information, please visit the Fall for Greenville website.
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