Ashley Park recently announced its Drive-In Holiday Fest scheduled for Saturday, November 21 from 6:30-9PM in the parking lot directly behind Dillard’s. This first-ever Drive-In Holiday Fest features a showing of 2000 hit film, Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and a virtual lighting of the center’s Christmas tree from Jolly Old Saint Nick himself. All the fun can be enjoyed from the comfort and warmth of attendees’ vehicles.
“We are excited to bring some socially distanced holiday cheer to the center this year with a classic holiday film and lighting of the Christmas tree,” said David Macdonald, general manager for Ashley Park.
Ashley Park merchant Popped! Gourmet Popcorn will be selling popcorn and local startup, Fuel Mobile Coffee Bar will also sell coffee and hot cocoa. Other Ashley Park restaurants including Great American Cookies and Pita Mediterranean Street food will be at the event for convenient food and snack options.
As an extra festive feature, attendees are invited to break out their reindeer ears, red noses, and twinkly lights and decorate their vehicles with some holiday cheer! The vehicle with the jolliest holiday décor will win a prize.
Tickets for this event are now on sale on the Ashley Park website. Tickets are $20 per vehicle. Attendees are also welcomed to make a toy donation upon entry to the concert benefiting Bridging the Gap’s Christmas in Coweta program. For more information and to review precautionary measures, visit ashleyparknewnan.com/events.
Upon arrival to the parking lot directly behind Dillard’s, the event parking team will direct guests to their parking spaces to set up and enjoy the show. After presenting tickets at the drive-up check-in tent, guests will be directed to park on a first-come, first-served basis as instructed by the parking team. Two parking spaces will be blocked off between each vehicle to ensure each car has enough room to socially distance and sit outside of the vehicle if desired.
Ashley Park PR Media Contact:
Katie Stepp: (770) 683-0565
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ABOUT BRIDGING THE GAP
Bridging the Gap (BTG) is a nonprofit organization based in Coweta County, Georgia.
BTG provides food, clothing, and ministry to people who are struggling in the community.
The mission of BTG is to provide assistance to hungry, homeless and hurting people by
feeding, serving and restoring.
ABOUT ASHLEY PARK
Ashley Park, a premier 554,364-square-foot, regional open-air center, serves Metro
Atlanta’s burgeoning communities of Newnan and Peachtree City. Dillard’s, Belk, Best
Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Barnes & Noble and Regal Cinemas anchor the center, which
was built in phases between 2004 and 2008. Ashley Park’s diverse national and regional
tenant base of more than 50 retailers and restaurants, as well as services and
entertainment, consistently position it as the region’s leading open-air shopping center.
Ashley Park is professionally leased and managed by Bayer Properties, LLC. For more
information, visit ashleyparknewnan.com.
ABOUT BAYER PROPERTIES
Birmingham, Alabama-based Bayer Properties, LLC specializes in developing, leasing,
managing and marketing mixed-use real estate properties nationwide. Bayer Properties
currently owns and/or operates retail and office properties totaling approximately 10
million square feet, such as The Summit in Birmingham, AL, The Forum on Peachtree
Parkway in Peachtree Corners, GA and The Summit in Reno, NV. Most recent
developments include The Pizitz Building urban revitalization project in Birmingham, AL.,
and The Summit at Fritz Farm, a mixed-use project in Lexington, KY. For more information,