Summit Street Fair Brings Thousands to Downtown Summit; TheAlternativePress.com Announces Prize Giveaway Winners

Summit Street Fair Brings Thousands to Downtown Summit; TheAlternativePress.com Announces Prize Giveaway Winners
Summit Street Fair Brings Thousands to Downtown Summit; TheAlternativePress.com Announces Prize Giveaway Winners
Summit Street Fair Brings Thousands to Downtown Summit; TheAlternativePress.com Announces Prize Giveaway Winners
Summit Street Fair Brings Thousands to Downtown Summit; TheAlternativePress.com Announces Prize Giveaway Winners
Summit Street Fair Brings Thousands to Downtown Summit; TheAlternativePress.com Announces Prize Giveaway Winners
Summit Street Fair Brings Thousands to Downtown Summit; TheAlternativePress.com Announces Prize Giveaway Winners

SUMMIT, NJ - Thousands of people came out to stroll the streets of Summit and take in the sights and sounds of the annual Summit Street Fair, which was held on Sunday, October 11, 2009. Warm sun and a light Fall breeze greeted Street Fair goers from near and far who sampled food, met local businesses and purchased goods and services. There were fun-filled games for children and tasty treats, as well. Approximately 100 vendors lined the streets, pleased with a near constant stream of passersby.

Many local businesses and organizations had booths at the Street Fair including, among others, Seal & Co., R. Seelaus & Co., Sum It Up, Overlook Hospital, Summit Business and Professional Women, Summit Downtown, Inc., the Lions Club and TheAlternativePress.com

TheAlternativePress.com's booth at the Street Fair attracted over 500 people. Hundreds of people entered a prize giveaway featuring prizes provided by local businesses. Giveaways included: a $50 gift certificate from Braunschweiger Jewelers, a Zoobie Pet and $25 gift certificate from Seal & Co., a $50 gift certificate from Florez Tobacconist, $35 gift certificate from NeeDell's, a $25 gift certificate from Sunny Asia, a free massage from Terry Sky, one aquatic session of PreSchool/Youth Lessons from the Summit Area YMCA, two tickets to see Smokey Robinson at the NJPAC, one fall/winter session at Sum It Up, and logo design from Clear Point Design. Greeting fair goers at TheAlternativePress.com's table was special guest and former CBS broadcaster Therese Crowley.

The winners of the prize giveaway are:

Erica Needle, Scotch Plains:  $50 gift certificate from Braunschweiger Jewelers

Pam McKinlay, Summit:  Zoobie Pet and $25 gift certificate from Seal & Co

Doug Green, West Orange:  $50 gift certificate from Florez Tobacconist

Herb Olbrich, Summit:  $35 gift certificate from NeeDell's

Martha Ann Callaghan, Summit:  $25 gift certificate from Sunny Asia

Deborah Nyktas, Summit:  Free massage at Terra Sky

Ellen Fusco, Summit:  Aquatic lessons at the Summit Area YMCA

Donna Leyers, Chatham:  2 tickets to see Smokey Robinson at NJPAC

Susan Smith, Madison:  2 tickets to see Smokey Robinson at NJPAC

Tiffany Escott, Berkeley Heights:  2 tickets to see Smokey Robinson at NJPAC

Lori Hillas, Summit:  one fall/winter session at Sum It Up

Susan Tarashuk, Summit:  logo design from Clearpoint Design

All photos by Jeff Stolowitz.

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