Red Carpet Day held at Ettalong
Ettalong's fourth annual Red Carpet Day was held on September 15.
Peninsula Business and Tourism Partners president Ms Kim Cole said almost 40 local businesses participated in the day.
Ettalong's main street was turned into a smorgasbord of activity, with special deals and offers to promote tourism and spending in the area, she said.
Artists, buskers, the NSW Studebaker Vintage Car Club and the Central Coast Holden Car Association were there to keep visitors entertained as they shopped.
"Visitors could also kick up their heels with DJ Killerto playing tunes from the 60s and 70s and much more," Ms Cole said.
The State Emergency Service, Umina Beach Surf Lifesaving Club and several community groups also exhibited and explained their involvement in numerous communal activities.
"The Rotary Club of Brisbane Water raised over $800 with prizes donated from local businesses
"All in all the day was a huge success," Ms Cole said.
Media release, 24 Sep 2019
Kim Cole, Peninsula Business and Tourism Partners
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