Wayne HealthCare, represented by Vice President of Business Development’s Terri Flood, is honored by parade Chairperson Diana Stebbins as a Platinum Sponsor. The 18th annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade is hosted by Main Street Greenville on Nov. 20.
GREENVILLE, Ohio – Wayne HealthCare is proud to serve as a Platinum Sponsor for the 18th annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade on Nov. 20.
“I think you kick off the season a little before, but this says the celebratory holiday season is here,” said Terri Flood, Wayne HealthCare's Vice President of Business Development. “For me that’s the biggest thing. To see the people gathering downtown, the businesses are full … being from a small town I just have a passion for it. I just love it.”
The 18th annual parade, hosted by Main Street Greenville, takes place on S. Broadway Street on Nov. 20th starting at 7 p.m. The event traditionally features more than 90 lighted horse drawn carriages, hitches and riders.
The Hometown Holiday Horse Parade, led by Chairperson Diana Stebbins, provides a variety of entertainment options including music and free pony rides as well as shopping and dining options among Greenville’s unique selection of downtown businesses. The parade route travels down S. Broadway Street, travels around the circle and back up S. Broadway.
“We’re grateful to continue sponsorship,” Flood said of Wayne HealthCare’s ongoing support. “It’s a way to bring people together. It’s about community especially right now. … People are looking to be together.
“I think you can make a day of it, even start a little later and get something to eat. You can come browse some of the stores and it’s a chance to see what’s available downtown.”
For more information about Main Street Greenville and the 18th annual Hometown Holiday Horse parade, visit MSG’s Facebook page at facebook.com/mainstreetgreenville.
Main Street Greenville is a non-profit organization committed to stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth in Historic Downtown Greenville. To learn more about the organization, visit mainstreetgreenville.org, call 937-548-4998 or email email@example.com.
“I’m all about the gathering and the people and the season,” Flood said. “Just to see people gathering downtown. They have their chairs set up like the fair, they’re in the restaurants eating beforehand, just the fellowship.”
The Hometown Holiday Horse Parade features dozens of lighted horse drawn carriages, buggies and riders as they welcome in the holiday season. The 2021 event takes place on Saturday, November 20th, with pre-parade entertainment beginning at 5 p.m. and the parade starting at 7 p.m.