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Clarksburg Premium Outlets’ Holiday Tree Lighting Set for Saturday

November 16, 2017

The holidays are right around the corner.

   Clarksburg Premium Outlets invites local families to get into the festive spirit with a larger than life Holiday Tree Lighting. On Saturday, Nov. 18 from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm, shoppers can enjoy a holiday concert by Swing Time Big Band while getting a jumpstart on holiday shopping. Toys for Tots will also be accepting new or gently used, unwrapped toys at several on-site drop-off locations. To end the evening, the Metropolitan Ballet Theatre and Academy will perform iconic dances from “The Nutcracker” beginning at 6:00 pm and the 40-foot tree will be lit, officially marking the beginning of the holiday season in the UpCounty.

   In addition, shoppers 18-years-old and over can enter to win one of twenty $20 retailer gift cards or a $500 shopping spree. Interested guests may visit premiumoutlets.com/clarksburg for rules and regulations.

   Finally, shoppers can meet representatives from The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection to learn about their “Gift Outside the Box” campaign and receive a free reusable shopping bag.

   Clarksburg Premium Outlets, located at 22705 Clarksburg Road in Clarksburg, features sought-after outlet brands, including Armani, Kipling, Old Navy Factory Store and Michael Kors, at everyday savings up to 65 percent.

 

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