Santa Claus will be visiting Vermont Flannel in Ferrisburgh to meet with young admirers and collect gift wishes
Ferrisburgh, VT: On December 2nd 2017, The Vermont Flannel Co. has arranged for Santa and Elf to keep warm in the Vermont Flannel Covered Bridge, the 2nd oldest covered bridge in Vermont. Santa will be "flannelized" and ready to collect gift wishes. The covered bridge is a great place to hold events and small gatherings such as weddings, birthday parties and reunions. In June 2016, The Vermont Flannel Company hosted their first Company picnic, which was a huge success. With a spacious, beautiful and easy to get to venue, Vermont Flannel is excited to have Santa visit and hoping that this will be only one of many fun gatherings that the old covered bridge will see.
December 2nd is during Vermont Flannel’s busiest time of year and they are expecting to create many new “fanatical flannel followers” of all ages, as company president, Mark Baker, would call them. Since the Covered Bridge is so close to the largest Vermont Flannel retail location, the company hopes this event will draw in new customers and help spread the word of the world’s finest flannel. Vermont Flannel will also be handing out a small limited-edition gift and cookies to any youngster or accompanying adult who visits with Santa.
The Vermont Flannel Company Store and Covered Bridge is located between Dakin Farm and the Starry Night Café at 5467 Route 7 Ferrisburgh VT 05491. This event will last from 11 am – 3 pm on December 2nd.
About The Vermont Flannel Company:
The Vermont Flannel Company was founded by Mark and Linda Baker and is still a family owned Vermont business, 26 years and counting. "Dedicated to World Comfort", Vermont Flannel makes the finest flannel clothing on the planet.