Businesses and citizens turned out to make the Ronceverte Holiday Open House a success
Edgar Avenue was alive as citizens from around Greenbrier County walked the street celebrating the start of the holiday season. Businesses opened their doors and helped to make the holiday season shine in The River City. The Ronceverte Development Corporation worked with the City of Ronceverte to coordinate the sponsors, participating businesses, and vendors to make the open house an exciting and memorable experience.
“It was so magical to see Ronceverte buzzing with people from all over the county enjoying the best that Ronceverte has to offer,” says Ronceverte Mayor Deena Pack. “This year’s Ronceverte Holiday Open House was one of the most successful we have ever had and I am so excited to see people filling the streets of Ronceverte.”
Both the Ronceverte Development Corporation and the City of Ronceverte would like to take a moment to thank all of the businesses that participated in various ways to make this event special A special thank you to all of our sponsors this year: Cornerstone IGA, Architectural Wood, Wallace & Wallace Funeral Chapels and Crematory, NAPA Auto Parts, Ronceverte Public Library, Masters Auto Sales, Ronceverte Skate Shop, Gateway Industries Inc., Just Kidding, Two Men & A Mutt, the RNCVRT, The Potting Shed, Tri County Produce, Martin & Jones, RIPCO, The Sportsman Tavern, This Is Us Salon, Wild Child Hodgepodgery, River City Signs & Tees, Factory Tire. Greenbrier Technical Services, Weikle’s Auto, D & J Bump Shop, and Blessed Farms.