NEWS RELEASE

 

Organization Name:                            6300 Germantown Avenue Business Alliance

Organization Address:                       6331 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144

Telephone:                                              215-844-3130

Contact:                                                   Andre Alexander

 

6300 Germantown Avenue Business Alliance will celebrate the Holiday Season with a Carol Sing and Holiday Food Basket Give-a-way

 

Join 6300 Block of Germantown Avenue Alliance for an evening to celebrate the Holiday Season with caroling led by “anyone who wants to sing” and local choirs. This outdoor event will be held on the 6300 block of Germantown Ave on Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 4:00 pm – 6:00pm.

 

Carolers will meet at the northeast corner of Germantown Avenue.

 

Immediately following the carol sing The Alliance invites you to join us to sip hot apple cider and baked goodies at the Johnson House, located at 6306 Germantown Avenue.   In an effort to give back to the community members of The Alliance are collecting donations of dry and canned goods and monetary donations to give Holiday Baskets to deserving families referred by local churches.

 

The 6300 Germantown Avenue Business Alliance is a coalition of businesses, property owners, and community members of Germantown Avenue. Alliance members are willing to discuss and work on ways to improve this part of the Germantown Avenue Corridor. It meets monthly to identify and coordinate community responses to the authorities and take advantage of opportunities that will attract new business into our area. In so doing, the Alliance hopes to promote greater well-being among our neighbors and in our city.

In sponsoring the event The Alliance hopes that it will contribute to a quality of life that we can all enjoy!

 

Corporate and community donations are welcome! To donate contact: Ms. Smith 215-438-1768 or Mr. Alexander at 215-844-3130

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As a National Historic Landmark, Johnson House Historic Site, Inc. is one of the few remaining Underground Railroad Stations in Philadelphia open to the public. Located in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, the Johnson House was home to three generations of a Quaker family who worked with European Americans and African Americans, freed and enslaved, to abolish slavery and improve living conditions for freed African Americans. http://www.johnsonhouse.org/ Contact: Cornelia Swinson, cswinson@johnsonhouse.org

The 6300 Germantown Avenue Business Alliance offers retail shops, eateries, small businesses and historic sites in the blocks of 6100-6400 Germantown Avenue all with an enormous amount of historic charm.  The Alliance is committed to helping each other while providing a quality business experience and serving the community.  For information, visit www.6300gtownave.wordpress.com or contact Andre’ Alexander, Alliance President at 215-844-3130.

A Partnership of 16 extraordinary Philadelphia houses, destinations and museums, Historic Germantown tells the stories of American Liberty and the everyday people who fought for it, reflecting a neighborhood of independence-seekers, community-builders, and American Dreamers.  For more information, visit historicgermantown.org.

Press Contacts:                         Cornelia Swinson, cswinson@johnsonhouse.org, 215-438-1768

 

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