|April 21, 2015 (VMPR) Palatine, IL.— The Downtown Palatine Business Association will again host ’Girls on the Town’ on Friday, April 24, 2015 from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.
The event will feature more than a dozen businesses and organizations located in downtown Palatine that will open their doors for the duration of the event. Each will feature product and service demonstrations, special offers and giveaways and exciting raffles, in addition to complimentary food and beverages.
“The goal of Girls on the Town, and other events we host throughout the year, is to provide an opportunity for the downtown Palatine businesses to join forces as we cast a spotlight on the products and services we provide for area residents,” said Mayme Ranallo, owner of Chandelier Boutique, which features fashionable clothing and jewelry, and is located at 17 W. Wilson Street.
Event attendees can pick up a Passport prior to-or on the night of the event at any of the participating businesses, including:
American Legion of Palatine—Anne’s Unique Boutique—Arete Salon and Spa—Chandelier Boutique—Christie’s Dairy Delights—Cook, Cork and Fork—Durty Nellie’s—Foxglove Cottage—Harrington Manor—JL’s Pizza & Sports Bar—Monson Jewelers—Palatine Bank and Trust—Tap House Grill—Salon MMM—Shine Body Therapies—Sweet C’s Bakery.
Barb Mosak, who owns full-service, Arete Salon and Spa at 9 N. Bothwell said Girls on the Town is a great reason to enjoy an evening out with friends (male or female, or both) while supporting the local small businesses in the downtown area.
“We are all working hard every day to create a real community in downtown Palatine that our residents and those in neighboring towns can enjoy,” she said.
More information about the event, and the organization can be found at http://downtownpalatine.org/.
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About the Downtown Palatine Business Organization (DPBA):
The Downtown Palatine Business Association (DPBA) is made up of 17 businesses and organizations located in the downtown Palatine area. The goal of the organization is to provide a number of opportunities for member businesses to join forces as they the products and/or services of each while engaging the local and area communities through yearly events.
The DPBA hosts/presents four community events per year: Girls on the Town the third Friday in April, Sidewalk Sales at the end of May, the Sweet Pea Pet Parade during Palatine Street Fest and Holidays on the Town & Kids Day on the Friday and Saturday before Thanksgiving.
The downtown Palatine business area is bordered on the north by Colfax Street, on the west by Smith Street, on the south by Palatine Road and the east by Plum Grove Road.
For more information, visit http://downtownpalatine.org/