The Warhorse cast and crew will be spending a whole lot of time inside these doors. When they aren't teching the show, which means fully testing everything out, they'll be spending their time in downtown Sioux Falls.
"They stay in downtown and they really have no reason to leave downtown. They can go and eat. They can probably eat at a different restaurant every day they are here. That's how much variety there is," said Brienne Maner, communication at DTSF. "And, in addition to that they can shop."
Added Washington Pavilion President Larry Toll, "The economic impact of this is probably a couple hundred thousand dollars to Sioux Falls, so it's a big impact to the community."
To enhance that impact DTSF has put together 75 welcome packets full of great deals.
"And, so what we're hoping will happen is that they'll take those coupons and patronize all those business in downtown Sioux Falls, which really adds to the bottom line of what we do."
For ten days, downtown Sioux Falls and the Washington Pavilion want the Warhorse cast and crew to feel at home.
Said Toll, "They become part of the Pavilion family, and they become part of the downtown Sioux Falls family."
Sunday, April 20 2014 10:30 PM EDT2014-04-21 02:30:09 GMT
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