NorthPark Center plans free entertainment for shoppers during Christmas

December 19, 2012 by  

As the 47th festive season is about to be celebrated by NorthPark Center in Dallas, officials have organized over 180 free concerts and events for shoppers throughout Christmas.

NorthPark welcomes over 26 million visitors annually and has increased involvement of the local community while raising money for charities both locally and nationally. The free events throughout the festive season will hopefully attract even more people.

The center works hard to help people of all ages to celebrate the holidays, making shopping a pleasurable experience. In addition, the center has committed itself to raising money for charitable organizations, like Ronald McDonald House of Dallas. According to the owner of the center, Nancy Nasher, the center opens its doors to at least double the usual number of shoppers during the festive season. During the holidays, the center has a chance to give back to the community and provide a fun-filled experience for shoppers of all ages.

Nasher stressed that looking after customers was the main priority, so that shoppers have a good time from first entering the center. Shoppers have the chance to become involved with organizations at the center, making donations to charitable causes. The North Texas Food Bank has been involved at the center for more than 10 years, collecting 43,903 pounds of food in 2011, $23,752.93 in donations, and $10,000-worth of other gifts. Three meals can be provided with every dollar donated. Local stationery printers may be involved with the promotion of the events throughout the holiday season.

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