Reno welcomes Support the Claus

November 25, 2012 by  

7,000 people will be crawling the pubs in downtown Reno on December 15 as the annual Reno Santa Pub Crawl kicks off its 12th year. Participants are expected to dress in Santa or other holiday related costumes as they enjoy the festivities.

As the pub crawlers prepare to present Christmas cheer in the name of charity, the Pub Crawl draws thousands of attendees and spectators from across the country. It has grown to be the largest Pub Crawl on the west coast.

Beginning at 7:30 pm, several point locations will present the fun-loving public with maps to begin crawling over 30 locations as they give generously to revelers on the path. Christmas carols under the famous Reno Arch will take place at midnight, and the fun continues with the maybe not so traditional, but no less fun, decking of the halls until the sun comes up.

The weekend will be alive with joyous and partying people in Reno’s cold crisp winter air. A pre-crawl takes place on the Friday night to kick off the weekend and may even include Santa skiing.

Charities supported include donations to local schools through the Donors Choose organization. Events such as this one often rely on the services provided by printing companies. Banner printing is a standard order, as banners are used to direct public and participant traffic throughout the event.

Flyer printing is also usually an important part of promoting an event. Flyers can be printed in large quantities and distributed from many areas throughout the region in advance.

For more information on the Reno Santa Pub Crawl visit the event website.