Winter wings in to Hialeah

November 9, 2013 by  

The annual Santa’s Snow Blast is returning to Hialeah this December.

Approximately 50 tons of snow will be brought into the city, which will allow residents to take part in many seasonal activities with which they might not be familiar, such as skiing, tobogganing, snowboarding, and possibly building snowmen. The event is also set to feature a variety of enjoyable games, food concessions, and live entertainment throughout the day.

Children can also have their pictures taken with Santa and Mrs. Claus inside the Goodlet Theatre and carnival rides will be available for all. At last year’s Snow Blast, a $5 wristband provided unlimited rides.

This event should be a great way to bring winter to the children and adults of Hialeah and give them fun activities to take part in while they are getting ready to celebrate the Christmas holidays.

To advertise events like this, Hialeah organizers often turn to local printing companies to provide products such as posters or flyers. This one will no doubt be highly marketed in the city and surrounding areas. Flyers, especially, act as a very effective tool in marketing an event since they can be distributed in many different ways including through direct mail or being handed out on street corners.

Santa’s Snow Blast is taking place at Goodlet Park on December 14 from 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm. Admission is free. Contact the City of Hialeah Special Events Office at 305-889-5701 to learn more about this seasonal event.

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